People dating traditions in 1980 s
Middle names, which most Canadians have, are very often chosen this way.
Shortly after the child is born, it’s similarly customary for friends of the parents to visit and give at least one baby gift, usually a toy or clothes, to express congratulations.China is a country steeped in ancient customs and traditions of which the native people are proud.To many people in the west countries, the word ' China' typically conjure up thoughts of dragons, giant pandas, the color, the number 8 and the distinctive calligraphs, all of which are traditional to this country.If children are born to parents who aren’t married, or simply don’t use the same last name (see marriage traditions, below), they’ll sometimes be given a hyphenated last name combining the names of both parents, for example, “Martin-Jones.”Along with pointy party hats, the most common birthday tradition is giving the birthday boy or girl a special birthday cake with candles.Friends sing the special birthday song ("Happy Birthday to You"), then the birthday kid tries to blow out all the flames in one breath. If there’s one thing Canadians love celebrating, it’s the anniversary of their own birth.
From Roast Duck and Noodles with Bean Paste in Beijing to dim sum in Hong Kong, no one would deny that the kinds of Chinese cuisines are various.