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March 14 is a day that many young people pay special attention. Find out through the article below to get the answer.
March 14 is White Valentine
March 14 is called White Valentine’s Day or White Valentine, which takes place exactly one month after Valentine’s Day, February 14 – Red Valentine.
White Valentine is a special day to reciprocate his love in case you received a confession on Red Valentine’s Day (February 14), so it is also known as Return Day.
White Valentine originated from Japan. White Day was first held in 1977 by Ishimura Manseido confectionery company, Japan, held a Marshmallow Day for men on March 14 (Marshmallow Day) to promote the company’s marshmallow product. Since then, March 14 is known.
Currently, the white valentine’s day of March 14 is mainly popular in Northeast Asian countries such as China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and including Vietnam.
If the gift of Red Valentine’s Day is rose, chocolate of all colors and flavors, the gift of White Valentine is usually white chocolate.
In Vietnam, on the white valentine’s day, it does not matter whether a man gives a gift to a woman or a woman gives a gift to a man, no gender is more responsible. Simply put, a day for you to repay your loved one over the long haul. The most common gifts chosen for a white valentine’s day are white chocolate, stuffed animals, and marshmallows.
Young people believe that, on White Day, if you receive a gift of a cookie, it means that the giver loves you, if it is candy, that means that person likes you and also receives white chocolate, it means ” Let’s be friends! ”.
March 14 is Pi Day
Day Pi is the annual anniversary of the mathematical constant Pi (π). This date is chosen on March 14 every year, because the approximate value of Pi is taken to be 3.14.
Pi Day was first celebrated in 1988 by Larry Shaw, an employee of the Exploratorium. On this day often hold Pi reading competitions, see who remembers the most digits after the decimal point.
By 2009, the US House of Representatives supported the designation of Pi Day. UNESCO’s 40th Plenary Meeting designated Pi Day as International Mathematical Day on November 2019. Alternate dates for Pi Day include July 22 (approximately π) and June 28 (6.28, approximately 2π).
In addition to Pi Day, one also has the Minute Pi chosen at 1:59 on March 14 and Seconds Pi at 6:53:58 on March 14, 1592, since the approximate value of Pi equals 3, 14159265358 …
March 14 is still
Date of birth of genius physicist Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879).
The date of the death of the famous philosopher Karl Marx (March 14, 1883).
The day of the death of Stephen Hawking, a talented British physicist.