International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction 2019 is on Thursday, October 10, 2019: minor festivals in china?

Thursday, October 10, 2019 is International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction 2019. The International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR) encourages every citizen and government to take part in building more disaster resilient communities and nations.

International Day for Disaster

The International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR) encourages every citizen and government to take part in building more disaster resilient communities and nations.

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minor festivals in china?

1月1日元旦(New Year's Day)

2月2日世界湿地日(World Wetlands Day)

2月14日情人节(Valentine's Day)



3月8日国际妇女节(International Women' Day)


3月12日中国植树节(China Arbor Day)

3月14日白色情人节(White Day)

3月14日国际警察日(International Policemen' Day)

3月15日世界消费者权益日(World Consumer Right Day)

3月21日世界森林日(World Forest Day)

3月21日世界睡眠日(World Sleep Day)

3月22日世界水日(World Water Day)

3月23日世界气象日(World Meteorological Day)

3月24日世界防治结核病日(World Tuberculosis Day)

4月1日愚人节(April Fools' Day)

4月5日清明节(Tomb-sweeping Day)

4月7日世界卫生日(World Health Day)

4月22日世界地球日(World Earth Day)

4月26日世界知识产权日(World Intellectual Property Day)

5月1日国际劳动节(International Labour Day)

5月3日世界哮喘日(World Asthma Day)

5月4日中国青年节(Chinese Youth Day)

5月8日世界红十字日(World Red-Cross Day)

5月12日国际护士节(International Nurse Day)

5月15日国际家庭日(International Family Day)

5月17日世界电信日(World Telecommunications Day)


5月23日国际牛奶日(International Milk Day)

5月31日 世界无烟日(World No-Smoking Day)

6月1日 国际儿童节(International Children's Day)

6月5日世界环境日(International Environment Day)


6月17日世界防治荒漠化和干旱日(World Day to combat desertification)

6月23日国际奥林匹克日(International Olympic Day)


6月26日国际禁毒日(International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking)

7月1日中国共产党诞生日(Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party)

7月1日国际建筑日(International Architecture Day)


7月11日世界人口日(World Population Day)

8月1日中国人民解放军建军节(Army Day)

8月12日国际青年节(International Youth Day)

9月8日国际扫盲日(International Anti-illiteracy Day)

9月10日中国教师节(Teacher's Day)


9月16日国际臭氧层保护日(International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer)


9月21日世界停火日(World Cease-fire Day)

9月27日世界旅游日(World Tourism Day)

10月1日中华人民共和国国庆节(National Day)

10月1日国际音乐日(International Music Day)

10月1日国际老年人日(International Day of Older Persons)

10月4日世界动物日(World Animal Day)

10月5日世界教师日(World Teachers' Day)(联合国教科文组织确立)


10月9日世界邮政日(World Post Day)

10月10日世界精神卫生日(World Mental Health Day)

10月14日世界标准日(World Standards Day)

10月15日国际盲人节(International Day of the Blind)

10月15日世界农村妇女日(World Rural Women's Day)

10月16日世界粮食日(World Food Day)

10月17日国际消除贫困日(International Day for the Eradication of Poverty)

10月24日联合国日(United Nations Day)

10月24日世界发展新闻日(World Development Information Day)


10月29日国际生物多样性日(International Biodiversity Day)




11月14日世界糖尿病日(World Diabetes Day)


11月25日国际消除对妇女的暴力日(International Day For the elimination of Violence against Women)

12月1日世界爱滋病日(World AIDS Day)

12月3日世界残疾人日(World Disabled Day)


12月9日世界足球日(World Football Day)

12月25日圣诞节(Christmas Day)

12月29日国际生物多样性日(International Biological Diversity Day)



春分月圆后的第一个星期日复活节(Easter Monday)(有可能是3月22-4月25日间的任一天)

5月第二个星期日母亲节(Mother's Day)


6月第三个星期日父亲节(Father's Day)

9月第三个星期二国际和平日(International Peace Day)


9月第四个星期日国际聋人节(International Day of the Deaf)

10月的第一个星期一世界住房日(World Habitat Day)

10月的第二个星斯一加拿大感恩节(Thanksgiving Day)

10月第二个星期三国际减轻自然灾害日(International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction)

10月第二个星期四世界爱眼日(World Sight Day)

11月最后一个星期四美国感恩节(Thanksgiving Day)


农历正月初一春节(the Spring Festival)

农历正月十五元宵节(Lantern Festival)

农历五月初五端午节(the Dragon-Boat Festival)

农历七月初七乞巧节(中国情人节)(Double-Seventh Day)

农历八月十五中秋节(the Mid-Autumn Festival)

农历九月初九重阳节(the Double Ninth Festival)

农历腊月初八腊八节(the laba Rice Porridge Festival)


What is the highest amount of natural diasters in one year?

What is the highest amount of natural diasters in one year?

Cyclones, earthquakes and hurricanes around the world made 2008 one of the worst years for natural disasters in modern day history.

At least 235,816 people were killed in 321 different disasters, some of the worst of which took place in Burma and China, according to the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction. The UN estimates that nearly 84,000 people died and 54,000 went missing after Cyclone Nargis came crashing into Burma, also known as Myanmar, on May 3. About 2.5 million people were left destitute by the storm. Less than two weeks later, nearly 70,000 people were killed when an earthquake rocked a swath of central and southern China. An estimated five million people were rendered homeless.

The 2008 Atlantic hurricane season produced a record number of consecutive storms that struck the United States and ranked as one of the more active seasons in the 64 years since comprehensive records started to be kept, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The world's disasters in 2008 caused estimated damage of $227 billion, some 60 per cent of it — or $136 billion — in China. Hurricane Ike, which hit the Caribbean and the southern United States in September, also substantially contributed to the cost with an estimated $30 billion in damage, the UN agency said.

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Where did the people living in Sakurajima go after the eruption?

Where did the people living in Sakurajima go after the eruption?

Sakurajima's activity became more prominent in 1955, and the volcano has been erupting almost constantly ever since. Thousands of small explosions occur each year, throwing ash to heights of up to a few kilometers above the mountain. The Sakurajima Volcano Observatory was set up in 1960 to monitor these eruptions.

Monitoring of the volcano and predictions of large eruptions are particularly important because of its location in a densely populated area, with the city of Kagoshima's 680,000 residents just a few kilometers from the volcano. The city conducts regular evacuation drills, and a number of shelters have been built where people can take refuge from falling volcanic debris.

In light of the dangers it presents to nearby populations, Sakurajima was designated a Decade Volcano in 1991, identifying it as worthy of particular study as part of the United Nations' International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction.

Sakurajima is part of the Kirishima-Yaku National Park, and its lava flows are a major tourist attraction. The area around Sakurajima contains several hot spring resorts. One of the main agricultural products of Sakurajima is a huge basketball-sized white radish (sakuradaikon).

On March 10, 2009, Sakurajima erupted, sending debris up to 2 km away. An eruption had been expected following a series of smaller explosions over the weekend. It is not thought there was any damage caused by the latest eruption.

----------------- Images of Sakurajima

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