The Danes celebrate the tradition of Saint Nicholas with Santa, known as Julemanden.
He arrives as in the US, in a sleigh pulled by reindeer gifts for children of all ages.
Especially among Parisians, the manger scene figurines are dressed in modern French fashion provincial clothing.
Few countries have more caroling groups then the English.
Many households have a type of Christmas Eve watch time, and actually celebrate Christmas day right after the stroke of midnight with a meal and celebratory cakes.
When the children go to bed, they place their shoes rather than their socks by the fireplace for the receipt of special gifts, and rise early to celebrate Christmas on Christmas day.
Additionally, in both the US and Canada, the people are known for massive outreaches to the poor and homeless during this Christmas celebration period.
The Christians in China light their homes with beautiful paper lanterns during Advent. The children are encouraged to hang stockings like their counterparts in the US.