Every year on December 25, the birth of Jesus Christ， is celebrated and called Christmas. "Christmas" comes from the phrase "Christ Mass". A mass is a form of worship. Christmas is a religious festival. We take it as the birthday of Jesus, and to celebrate Christmas. This day, all over the world in Christian churches many hold special worship services. But there are many Christmas activities that have no religious relevance. For example， the exchanging of gifts and sending Christmas cards.
Gingerbread man圣诞姜饼人在西方家喻户晓的童话形象。出自The Gingerbread man这个传统故事，讲一只刚烤好的姜饼小人为了避免被吃的命运，从烤箱里逃出来，一路狂奔，躲过了老爷爷老奶奶，猪，牛，马，最后在过河时，被狡猾的狐狸欺骗还是被吃掉了。整个故事里姜饼小人一直在唱一句话“Run, run, as fast as you can. You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man。” 所以“姜饼人”被用来形容那种单纯又勇往直前的人。
So here is a very special holiday song that I wrote for some very important people to me.
(singing:) "Went to the store, sat on Santa's lap. Asked him to bring my friends all kinds of crap. Said all you need is to write them a song. Now, you haven't heard it yet, so don't try to sing along. No, don't sing along. Monica, Moncia, have a happy Hanukkah. Saw Santa Claus, he said hello to Ross. And please tell Joey, Christmas will be snowy! And Rachel and Chandler, have err-umm-glander!" Happy holidays, everybody!
Selecting Presents 给家人朋友选礼物
This tradition comes from the story of the three wise men who got gifts for baby Jesus on Christmas. Every Christmas, gifts are exchanged among loved ones, especially children. The story of Santa Claus also comes from this tradition.