The Wide World of Gift Giving
Ever wonder which countries celebrate the most gift giving holidays? Who do you think comes out on top? English speaking nations (Australia,England, and of course the United States)are the clear winners, but Sweden is close behind. Learn all sorts of fascinating information from the weirdest traditions to the most monumental gifts of all time in this comprehensive sweep of global gift giving traditions that was put together by our experience gift friends at Cloud 9 Living.
This interactive gift giving map is meant for world travelers, study abroad students, those living in or visiting a foreign country; and anyone with curiosity about cultures, traditions and etiquette standards around the world. With holidays ranging from Diwali to Christmas, and traditions from gifting yogurt to pulling on earlobes; everyone will learn something new.
- In Tibet children are considered 1 year old when they are born
- In India you should only give gifts with your right hand
Read on for more interesting facts. Did they miss any? Please comment below to share your unique traditions with us!