Father's Day, as the name suggests, is a holiday to thank your father.
It began in the early 20th century, originated in the United States, and
has now been widely spread around the world. The festival dates vary
The most widespread date is the third Sunday in June every year, and 52
countries and territories around the world celebrate Father's Day on this day.
Holidays are celebrated in a variety of ways, most of which are related to
gift-giving, family dinners or events.
On Father's Day, people choose specific flowers to express their respect and
remembrance for their father. People adopted Mrs. Dodd's suggestion to wear
red roses to show love to their living father, and white roses to express their
condolences to their deceased father. This custom has been passed down to
this day. At first, the date of Father's Day was different, and in some places,
dandelion was used as a symbol of Father's Day, and in others, white lilac lined
with a green leaf was used to pay tribute to father.
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