China’s first and only jewish holiday will be held on New Year’s Eve.
The celebrations will also be held in the Chinese city of Chengdu, which has become a symbol of the countrys new-found anti-Chinese nationalism.
The Chengdu holiday, known as Yuan, is being called a celebration of the 20th century and marks the 20 years since the Nazis murdered at least one million Jews in the Third Reich.
Yuan will also mark the anniversary of the end of World War II and the end to the second world war.
China is the only country to celebrate the holiday every year.
It is also a celebration marking the 20-year anniversary of World Jewry Day, the birthday of the founder of the Jewish people, and the first day of Chinese New Year.
The holiday was first proclaimed in 1989.
Yuan will be celebrated on Dec. 1 with fireworks and a parade to mark the occasion.