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About New Year's Day
Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve on January 1st of every year by having a late-night dinner with their families. People seized to make noise and set a lot of firecrackers, fireworks and sparklers. It is a national holiday where some stores, banks, government offices are closed. People believe on the New Year eve of eating 12 grapes, Mexican people like to travel in the New Year. They normally take their luggage outside of their house and go for a walk at midnight and use of color to enhance good will and blessing into the New Year. Red is for to encourage an overall improvement of lifestyle and love, Yellow - encourage blessings of improved employment conditions, Green - improve financial circumstances and white - those who are seeking improved health.
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