I am a thinker and freelancer, and was ever a director of an immigration firm. I should have directly represented my interests, personalities, and avocations, like most of persons here. But after consideration I feel this is not so fun and, more importantly, that it cannot show my personality traits at all.
What is China's ghost day? This is maybe an entertaining topic.
Halloween? Yes, Halloween. The West has only a ghost day, but China has four ghost days, separately taking place in a year on March 3, April 5, July 15, and October 1. At night on the March 3 ghost day, Chinese would set off firecrackers in front of their own house to frighten away or expel phantoms. But then, on the April 5 day, they are cleaning their ancestors' tombs, mostly their parents', and burning paper money for underworld for these dead relatives in hopes that they have good life in that world. By contrast, on July 15, Chinese people usually burn many pieces of underworld paper money and paper clothes to beg their antecedents to protect them and provide them with more happiness. On the Octorber 1 day, putting paper clothing for the underworld on fire for dead relatives is an extra thing because Chinese believe the weather would go into winter in that world from this day as as in the real world. Why do Chinese have so much love for a spook world? That is because in ancient times, what they were able to do according to their will was quite little. That's the same true to now, to a certain extent.