In the Chinese city of Langfang banned Christmas

The city of Langfang (Hebei province) in the North of China imposed a ban on decorations, sales, and entertainment events associated with the onset of Christmas.

It is reported by the World 24 with reference to the local edition of South China Morning Post.

In China not officially celebrate Christmas, however, many regions are very popular appropriate symbols. In the message of the authorities stated that the ban touched even the decorations on the Windows. Authorities said that it is necessary to remove them glued Christmas pictures, banners and svetosila.

Langfang residents are encouraged to report all events and police from 23 to 25 December will be at their jobs to patrol the city to detect violations.

Authorities believe that Christmas activities advocating a religion.

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