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‘It’s only for foreigners!’: Hong Kong actor sparks outrage in China for celebrating Christmas

Bobby Au-yeung Christmas

Chinese social media users reportedly chastised Hong Kong actor Bobby Au-Yeung for posting a Christmas-themed video online.

Season’s greetings: The 61-year-old actor uploaded two videos to his Douyin account on Dec. 24 greeting his over 110,000 followers while wearing a Santa Claus hat in front of a Christmas tree, according to AsiaOne.

The Chinese-Filipino singer who symbolizes the Philippines’ three-month-long Christmas celebration

Jose Mari Chan meme

September’s arrival means two things for many Filipinos: the holiday season is fast approaching, and memes featuring Chinese-Filipino singer Jose Mari Chan, 76, will be everywhere. 

Here come the memes

Altered images and online jokes featuring the beloved singer have unintentionally become a part of the Filipino holiday tradition in recent years.

11 Gifts Even Your Strict Asian Parents Would Actually Want 

asian parents

Shopping for your parents is no easy task. You probably know them better than anyone else in the world, but somehow it’s intrinsically difficult to find them something that they’d actually like. They tell you that they don’t want anything. They tell you not to waste your money. But if you don’t get them anything — oh boy — they won’t forget that. If your mother and father are fashionable parents, click here to find out more of great trendy clothing you can give them.

Here also are some crowd-pleasers that even the strictest of Asian parents would like!

Asians Reveal The Most Hilarious Christmas Gifts They Got From Their Parents

Christmas gifts

Asian parents always have their unique ways of doing things, especially when it comes to Christmas gifts. As their children, we may not have always gotten the toys we wanted as children, but looking back, we’ve got some hilarious stories to share.

From cans of coconut milk to mosquito repellents, here are some of the most hilarious gifts Asians have received from their parents. It’s the thought that counts, right?