Different New Year's Traditions from Different Countries
The Times Square Ball Drop in New York City is famous and attracts millions of people
In Scotland, a tradition called the "Redding of the house" takes place, where people clean their homes before midnight.
In the Philippines, it is believed that wearing polka dots and eating round fruits symbolizes prosperity
In Japan, there is a tradition called Omisoka, which involves ringing temple bells 108 times for cleansing
Greek people celebrate New Year by singing and following unique customs
In Thailand, the Thai New Year known as Songkran includes water fights, which symbolize cleansing and renewal
In Russia, people celebrate on December 31st and January 1st by gathering with their families
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