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Halloween Name : Chow Pei Ki & Lam Tsz Kin Class : 4A Teacher-in-charge : Ms. Cho Yuen Ching Date of Presentation : 13th Oct, 2008 Good morning, principal, teachers and fellow schoolmates. I’m Cat I’m Kin Today, we are going to talk about a popular festival in Hong Kong – Halloween.

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Halloween

Name : Chow Pei Ki & Lam Tsz Kin

Class : 4A

Teacher-in-charge : Ms. Cho Yuen Ching

Date of Presentation : 13th Oct, 2008

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I’m Cat

I’m Kin

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Today, we are going to talk about a popular festival in Hong Kong – Halloween.

Cat, do you know the history of Halloween?

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I know, in the past, people really believed that evil spirits would appear on the evening of October 31. Very few people believe that now. It’s all about having fun.

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Yes, in the U.S., most houses have a jack-o-lantern in the window. That’s a lantern made from a big round pumpkin with a lighted candle inside. We carve a mouth, nose and eyes in the shell of the pumpkin.

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Yes, the kids like to dress up in unusual or scary costumes as witches or other weird creatures on Halloween night. They knock on people’s doors and say ‘Trick or Treat’.

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Most people open the door and give them some sweets-or-candy. But if they get nothing, the kids may play a trick on the people in the house.

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Are you kidding? Today is not Halloween! Halloween is still two weeks away.

Trick or Treat?