Thanksgiving dinner is an annual feast full of delicious treats — turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, eggnog, wine and much more. Nutrition and food safety are important to make this family event a great time.
Are you excited for Thanksgiving? Looking for something fun to do this Thanksgiving? Here are some great ideas for you and your family:
Holiday is the byproduct of human civilization as it is a conceptual idea with multiple symbolic meanings embodied. A dog will never celebrate its birthday but a human being will never forget his/her birthday. In our everyday’s life, there are numerous things and events to be remembered, highlighted and written down in history. With the assistance of latest technological innovations, we are known as the “Y Generation” whose expertise is documenting our life and tracing our trivial existence through Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets in every split of second. Yet, in this cyber age which time is counted by MBps, we may still best be inspired by holidays that have been celebrated for centuries.
The first Thanksgiving in the United States was celebrated in 1863 by presidential proclamation. My first Thanksgiving was celebrated with my friend Cassi and her family in Phoenix.
Print it out, color it in, then send your finished product to our offices and you could win a prize! Or pick up a copy of the Sampan anywhere near you, color the picture in then send us the newspaper clipping! Best rendition of a phoenix wins!
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