An estimated one million people in PNG celebrated Christmas, marking the end of the New Year’s holiday, in Papua new Guinea.
In the western state of Papua New Guineas, there were more than 70,000 people celebrating, with people gathering for the traditional New Year celebrations.
It was a huge day for Papua New Guyana, with thousands of locals and tourists taking part in the festivities.
“The New Year is a time to welcome the new year and celebrate our traditions and traditions,” said Chief of the Papua New guinea Department, Dwayne Muehlheiser, in a statement.
“We have a long tradition of Christmas celebrations here in PapuaNew Guinea and we welcome all New Year traditions and celebrations.”
As New Year approaches we are excited about the New year and the celebrations of our people.
“Christmas celebrations are a huge part of Papua new guinea’s cultural and religious life.
Christmas is celebrated by the people as a time of rebirth and rebirth is a very important part of the traditional culture of PapuaNew Guineans.
There is no official Christmas time in Papua, but people are expected to be prepared for the new years events.
The celebrations are celebrated in the traditional traditional way, which involves making the traditional Christmas cakes from the tree and then putting them into baskets with straw.
Papua New Guinea is one of the few countries in the world that doesn’t have a traditional Christmas.
Many people celebrate the New Years Day with fireworks, but the government has banned fireworks in order to avoid the risk of fireworks falling into the Pacific Ocean.
Some religious groups celebrate Christmas in traditional ways, such as the New Advent festival of Christmas.”
Christmas is a celebration of life, love and hope, and there is a tradition of celebrating the birth of a new year, the first day of Christmas, with the birth and new life of Jesus Christ,” said the Chief of Papuanew Guinea Department, in his statement.
More to come.