The customs of May Day.
China -- the central people's government of the people's government on May 1, 1949 as the legal labor day, is a day of national holiday. Festival, celebrating the country, people in festival clothes, gathered in the park, theater, square, happily for all kinds of celebration gathering or entertainment activities, and commendation to the laborers have made outstanding contributions.
Thailand -- there will be celebrations in the capital as well as in some big cities in the "May Day" national holiday, but the scale is generally not too large. Thailand has one day off this year and two days off.
Japan, Japan is a national holiday is more, after the May 1st holiday is a lot, such as Arbor Day on April 29, the constitution day, on May 3, 4, 5 national holiday, children's day, this holiday together, generally the Japanese people have at least a week to rest time, the longest even up to 11 days.
Russia -- the national holiday on May 1-3, when political parties gather in red square for speeches, ordinary citizens will march.
Germany -- one day off for the first day of the year, the weekend and May Day coincide, but Germany will only take a day off, and will not take up the rest. It is reported that many people in Germany will take this opportunity to make a fuss over the government and ask for a tax cut every year. This year is no exception. There were riots on the 30th, which lasted to 1 day. Many supermarkets were robbed and cars were smashed and burned.
Italy - Italy while admitting that "51" international labor day, the government also said respect for labor, but the average person does not hold a special celebration, also does not have the national "51" holiday.
Mexico -- May 1 is also Mexico's children's day, but Mexico does not have a national holiday. There used to be labor strikes or parades on May Day, but not this year.
Peru - 1 day off, 2 days compensatory. There was no celebration.
Poland - 1 day off, because 3 days is Poland National Day, some units will be from 1 to 3 days. On May 1, the polish national union agreements, the democratic left party, the social Democratic Party, labor union and other left-wing groups and political parties held to celebrate the "51" the parade, the parade with slogans such as "eight hours working days".