If you were a Chinese kid what you would do on Children's Day in China?1 June 2020
In China, public attractions generally offer discounts on food, cinema tickets, and general admissions on this date. In some schools, special performances are dedicated to the students on June 1. Entrance to some tourist attractions may be discounted or fully free of charge for children on this day.
While there are no strict traditions in China associated with Children’s Day, it is regarded as a day to appreciate the children in your life. Affection is often expressed by spending the day with them or cooking their favorite meal.
Children's Day was established in 1949 by the “Democratic Federation of Women” Congress in Paris. China was one of the first countries to support the initiative. In December 1949, by the PRC government decision 1 June was announced International Children's Day.
It should be noted that prior to this decree, China had a similar holiday “Ertong Jie” - “Children's Day”. It was established in 1931 and celebrated on 4April every year.
The many worlds’ countries hold mass rallies in support of the children this day. This day, the Chinese with their children go to the parks to take part in public games and shows organized there. The Government organizes festivals for children from children's homes, and other entertainments. Children's Day in China is really a merry and memorable holiday!