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why only chocolates?
In Australia we do give lollies as well, but chocolate is more common. And for babies we might give them a toy bunny or a stuffed rabbit or something like that. It's easter today and I got 2 white chocolate rabbits and thats it. Rather plain easter for me

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oh yes, yesterday i saw a little boy who acted like a rabbite. and i was out with a british girl, she tried to show me some Easter day Eggs, but so sad we can't find it in shanghai's supermarket. but we brought some chocolates.

rabbite, it brings me remember our mid-autumn festival, coz we have a rabbite in the story too. do you know mid-autumn festival and moon cake?
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Well I know here in the U.S. the kids get Easter Baskets and what is in the Baskets are a stuffed Easter Bunny (a stuffed toy animal--not a real bunny) and candy. And since most candy is chocolate well that's why we have chocolates here in the U.S.
why it is a Bunny? maybe you can find "Roger" in ur baskets. haha
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why it is a Bunny? maybe you can find "Roger" in ur baskets. haha
Cindy I have no idea why it is a bunny. I have never even thought about that before I guess since I'm from the U.S. and that is just what is done here I never thought about why it is the Easter Bunny But now you have me wondering why it is the Easter Bunny
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oh yes, yesterday i saw a little boy who acted like a rabbite. and i was out with a british girl, she tried to show me some Easter day Eggs, but so sad we can't find it in shanghai's supermarket. but we brought some chocolates.

rabbite, it brings me remember our mid-autumn festival, coz we have a rabbite in the story too. do you know mid-autumn festival and moon cake?
No I know nothing about an autumn festival or moon cake
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it's so interesting how all of us have different traditions, and we can all find out about eachothers cultures. In Australia we hardly have any culture

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Cindy I have no idea why it is a bunny. I have never even thought about that before I guess since I'm from the U.S. and that is just what is done here I never thought about why it is the Easter Bunny But now you have me wondering why it is the Easter Bunny
haha, Mae now your new job is too find out the truth.
why it is the Easter Bunny?
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No I know nothing about an autumn festival or moon cake
you don' t know that? well, it is a traditional festival for chinese, well, this Oct/6 Go to the China Town, and maybe you will get something=)
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it's so interesting how all of us have different traditions, and we can all find out about eachothers cultures. In Australia we hardly have any culture
and that's why i love Australia. you can find different people here and different culture. that's nice, so that you can have a lot of holidays.
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you don' t know that? well, it is a traditional festival for chinese, well, this Oct/6 Go to the China Town, and maybe you will get something=)
I don't live anywhere near a China Town. We have some places that sell Chinese Food, but that is all.
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it's so interesting how all of us have different traditions, and we can all find out about eachothers cultures. In Australia we hardly have any culture
Oh I would love to go to Australia. There is so much difference in each part of the country at least that is according to TV travel shows
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haha, Mae now your new job is too find out the truth.
why it is the Easter Bunny?
I might could find out, but then it might be too long for me to type the explaination
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Alright Cindy this is just for you. The Easter Bunny has it origins in pre-Christian fertility lore. The Hare and the Rabbit were the most fertile animals known and they served as symbols of the new life during the Spring Season. The bunny as an Easter Symbol seems to have it's
origins in Germany, where it was first mentioned in German writings in the 1500s. The first Easter bunnies were made in Germany during the 1800s and were made of pastry and sugar.
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Alright Cindy this is just for you. The Easter Bunny has it origins in pre-Christian fertility lore. The Hare and the Rabbit were the most fertile animals known and they served as symbols of the new life during the Spring Season. The bunny as an Easter Symbol seems to have it's
origins in Germany, where it was first mentioned in German writings in the 1500s. The first Easter bunnies were made in Germany during the 1800s and were made of pastry and sugar.
pastry and sugar they eat bunnies? oh no, why not hares? so that we will not see that stupid Mr C'mon again!
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pastry and sugar they eat bunnies? oh no, why not hares? so that we will not see that stupid Mr C'mon again!
Sorry Cindy I don't understand what you are talking about
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