Labor Day festivals around the world
May 1st International Labor Day（International Labor Day or May Day）Also known as International Labor Day and Labor Day, it is the Labor Day of most countries in the world.
America: the birthplace of Labor Day
Labor Day has its origin in the United States, but the first Monday of September is Labor Day, and people all over the United States usually hold parades, rallies and other celebrations to show respect for workers.
Japan: Labor Day & ldquo; Golden Week & rdquo;
In Japan, there are many festivals around 1 May. Women's Day of Planting Trees on 29 April, constitutional anniversary on 3 May, National Holiday on 4 May, Children's Day on 5 May, these holidays are linked up. Generally, Japanese people have at least one week's rest. Therefore, in Japan, special celebrations of Labor Day are gradually replaced by “ May Day Golden Week & rdquo; This is the case.
Thailand, Peru: One Day off
Thailand first promulgated the Labor Regulations in 1932, and then established May 1 as the National Labor Day to reward hard-working workers. On this day, Thailand will have a unified national holiday, and there will be related celebrations in the capital and some big cities, but the scale is generally not too large. Similar to the situation in Thailand, Peru, a South American country, also stipulates May 1 as the national Labor Day and a national holiday.
Italy: No celebration, no vacation
Britain, France and other European countries will be & ldquo; May Day & rdquo; as Labor Day, many countries have a day off, and some countries will put public holidays on the first Monday of May according to the situation. However, unlike most countries in the world, Italy does not hold special celebrations or national holidays on May 1st, May 1st and International Labor Day, although it recognizes that it respects workers.