How Kids in China Celebrated Mother's day

FOS company with our main priority in education can't easily forget the key roles Mothers play in relations to successful education.We, therefore, take this opportunity to wish our Mothers a Happy Mother's day and also all the potential Mothers. Sharing with our followers how kids react to Mothers day particularly in China where FOS company has its maiden Branch.

Mother's day is an international date honoring mothers and the influence of mothers in society.

Initially, it was a US holiday. Mother's Day has become widely popular in various countries around the world.

Cynics say its success is commercially driven, with businesses worldwide taking inspiration from United States, and thriving on extra sales of flowers and gifts.

But why is it celebrated on different day in different countries?

Mother's Day is becoming increasingly popular in China.

In 1997, Mother's Day in China was dedicated as the day to help the poor mothers and to remind people of mothers in rural China.

"Despite originating in the United States, people in China accept the holiday without hesitation because it is in line with the country's traditional ethics, respect for the elderly and filial piety towards parents," an article in the Chinese government's official newspaper explained.

In China, the festivity falls on the fourth month of the lunar calendar, however, it is often celebrated in the second Sunday of May. Kids wish their mothers with flowers and words of loving, encouragement, appreciation, motivation, and many others.

Happy Mothers Day!

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