Boxing Day is celebrated on 26th December each year. Boxing Day is a public holiday. Boxing Day is the following day after Christmas Day. The name of the Boxing Day comes from the need to rid the house of empty boxes the day after Christmas. Traditionally this is the day to open the Christmas box to share the contents with the poor. The Christmas box is a wooden or clay container where people placed gifts. Schools across the country gather together gifts to be put in the Christmas Boxes that are sent to poorer countries. Boxing Day is also known as St. Stephen's Day. Boxing Day is a day for fox hunting. Boxing Day is a day of watching sports and playing board games with the family. It is based on the tradition of giving gifts to the less fortunate members of society.
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