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November 2021
  • Date: November 11, 2021
  • Timing: 12:00am - 11:59pm
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December 2021
  • Date: December 24, 2021
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  • Date: December 25, 2021
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  • Date: December 31, 2021
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February 2022
World Radio Day History World Radio Day seeks to celebrate the importance of the radio in improving international cooperation, providing access to information and supporting free speech. The day also serves to promote the radio as a means of communication in times of need and emergency. Radios are still the most readily available medium that can disseminate information to reach the widest and most diverse audiences in the shortest amount of time....
  • Date: February 13, 2022
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  • Date: February 14, 2022
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March 2022
  • Date: March 26, 2022
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May 2022
In the state of Hawaii, May Day is Lei Day. May 1st marks Hawaii’s nationally-recognized Lei Day — an annual tribute to a culturally iconic symbol. Celebrated by locals dressed in aloha attire, the custom honors the state’s natural production of tropical flowers in the crafting and wearing of the lei. Passing and receiving of the lei is practiced in Polynesia. Original Hawaiian settlers continued this custom to the islands as a practice for all genders. In ancient Hawaiian times,…...
  • Date: May 1, 2022
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In Japan, where Boys’ Day originated, the holiday was joined with Girls’ Day to form Children’s Day. However, Hawaii set aside separate days for both sexes. Hence, Girls’ Day is observed on March 3, while Boys’ Day falls on May 5. A common sight in Hawaii’s neighborhoods during Boys’ Day is koinobori, large carp streamers or windsocks that “swim” in the tradewinds on bamboo poles in front of homes. Following tradition, each streamer represents a male in the household. The...
  • Date: May 5, 2022
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