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Christmas Day is celebrated as a major festival and public holiday in many countries around the world. Some places former colonial rule (e.g. Hong Kong) or foreign cultural influences introduced the celebration. Christmas is not a formal public holiday in People´s Republic of China, (except Hong Kong and Macao), Japan, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Thailand, Nepal, Iran, Turkey and North Korea.
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