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Halloween without kids and Christmas without Christ take hold in Asia, with uniquely local twists

By Linus Owens, Associate Professor of Sociology, Middlebury
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Halloween was virtually nonexistent in South Korea until about a decade ago. But commercialization is taking popular holidays to unlikely places across the globe.The Conversation

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