Back to home in festivals

Fabian posted on April 20, 2018 at 12:10

When Christmas day comes, I will go back to my hometown and spend the time with my relatives. In my hometown, there will be the basketball game on the first and second days of the new year. There will be a lot of people watch. This is a very good tradition.

For one thing, the basketball game makes people feel the atmosphere of the big festival. Unlike usually, there are not so many things happening in this town, life is simple here. When there is something different, it can tell people that interesting thing is happening in this town and the festival is coming.

For another thing, the basketball game can bring people together. The first day of the new year is really a big day for Japanese, they will go out and hang around. Many of my old friends will meet each other when we watch the basketball game. We talk so happily and say the new year’s wishes.

The traditional game provide people a place to meet each other and have the communication. They are enjoying the game while talking to their friends.

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