How countries around the world celebrate the end of the year
A group of children dance in a performance organized by a local church to raise money after Typhoon Bopha on the island of Bohol in the Philippines.
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The end of the year is a special time for people all around the world. Even where Christmas is not celebrated, red Santa caps, decorated trees and gift giving abound, mixed with religious and secular aspects of local holiday culture. This year, Quartz partnered with photo-sharing community EyeEm, to ask local photographers from London to Japan to show how they prepare for winter holidays. Here are their answers:
Auckland, New Zealand
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