Winter is our favorite time of year and it is slowly but surely approaching us! As we have users from 140 countries, it might be really fun and interesting to embark on a trip around the world and explore the customs and traditions of other cultures. Do you know that the Japanese queue in cafes to buy enormous baskets of KFC chicken for lunch on 25 December? Or maybe you have heard that the Poles make 12 different dishes and every single family member should try each one in order for an upcoming year to be fruitful. Record a short video to share your winter traditions and customs with others!
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