Halloween is also called All Saints' Day. It is a traditional Western holiday on November 1st each year; and October 31st, the eve of Halloween, is the busiest time of this holiday. In Chinese, Halloween is often translated as All Saints' Day. To celebrate the advent of Halloween, children will dress up as cute ghosts and knock on the door from house to house, asking for candy, otherwise Will trick or treat. At the same time, it is said that on this night, various ghosts and monsters will dress up as children and mix into the crowd to celebrate the coming of Halloween, and humans will dress up as various ghosts in order to make the ghosts more harmonious.
Halloween is mainly popular in the English-speaking world, such as the British Isles and North America, followed by Australia and New Zealand. Nowadays, the younger generation in some Asian countries is also inclined to celebrate the "Foreign Festival". On the eve of Halloween, some large foreign supermarkets will set up counters to sell Halloween toys, and small vendors will also sell some Halloween-related dolls or models to attract The eyes of young people.
Halloween in English is All Saints Day, also known as "All Saints", one of the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox holidays, and is a traditional holiday in Western countries. Chinese-speaking areas often mistake Halloween for Halloween. "Hallow" comes from the Middle English halwen, which is very close to the etymology of holy. In some areas of Scotland and Canada, Halloween is still called "All Hallow Mas". On that day, the Mass to be held was to celebrate all the saints (Hallow) in heaven. Now the society organizes various activities full of demons and ghosts on the night of October 31 for commercial interests or other purposes, completely deviating from the sacred meaning of Halloween.