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What You Think Upon Grows Day (May 31) - What You Think Upon Grows Day. It’s a day to remind oneself and others of the power of positive thinking. Studies have shown that there is a major difference in the lives and health of optimists and pessimists.
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Xuge was a battle which took place in 707 BC, between the State of Zheng and the Zhou Dynasty. The defeat of the Zhou forces, representing the Son of Heaven, destroyed any residual prestige that the Zhou court had since establishing itself in Luoyang, and allowed for the rise of the feudal states that would characterise the Spring and Autumn period.
You Matter to Me Day (Oct 7) - Four words, one phrase that can make a profound difference to every person who hears it and shares it. You Matter to Me Day. The annual event of acknowledging the people who matter to each of us, held on October 7 every year since 2010.
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Zambia became independent of the United Kingdom on the 24 October 1964 and prime minister Kenneth Kaunda became the inaugural president.
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American Red Cross Giving Day (Mar. 24, 2021) - fourth Wednesday in March
Birmingham Literature Festival (BHAM LIT FEST)
Birmingham Literature Festival is an annual ten day festival in October of high quality literature events and workshops, featuring writers, thinkers, speakers and performers ...
Calendar Adjustment Day (Sept 2) - Calendar Adjustment Day is celebrated on September 2. It is a day to remember an interesting and strange incident. In the year 1751, Britain’s Parliament passed the “Calendar Act of 1751“, according to this Act Britain adopted the Gregorian Calendar in 1752. This act is called as An Act for Regulating the beginning of the Year and for correcting the Calendar that we use now. This Gregorian calendar is the most extensively used civil calendar. This calendar is named after Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in October 1582. According to the Calendar Act of 1751, Britain started following the Gregorian Calendar in 1752. But the Julian calendar system that we use now required them to drop 11 days to sync themselves with the adopted Gregorian Calendar. So, on the evening of 2nd September 1752, a strange and interesting incident happened the people of Britain and the colonies went to sleep and woke up the next morning to 14th September 1752. This change is also the reason for celebrating the new year on 1st January, as before new year was celebrated on 26th March. Due to this Adjustment Day, there were fights on the streets by those people who felt cheated and they demanded the eleven days back. As a result of this British Calendar Act of 1751, 1751 was a short year as it ran only from 25 March to 31 December.
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Falling on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, the Qixi Festival, or Double Seventh Festival, is widely known as China Valentine's Day. It is a day full of romance because of an ancient household love story in China about Niulang and Zhinu (Cowherd and Weaver Girl).
Edible Book Day (on or around April 1) - The International Edible Book Festival is an annual event usually held on or around April 1, which is also known as Edible Book Day. The global event has been celebrated since 2000 in various parts of the world, where "edible books" are created, displayed, and small events are held. The creations are photographed and then consumed. Regular contributors to the site are groups from Australia, Brazil, India, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Morocco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, and Hong Kong. The event was initiated by Judith A. Hoffberg and Béatrice Coron in 2000.