Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at CETRA! We are grateful for many things this year, most notably our global community of clients, translators, interpreters, and friends.
Our offices in the United States are closed on Thursday, 11/23 and Friday, 11/24, but our offices outside of the US are open to help with your language requests. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can request a quote.
Thanksgiving is typically considered to be a US holiday. In fact, it has been referred to as “America’s oldest tradition.” However, the United States is not the only country to celebrate Thanksgiving or a similar holiday. Countries from Canada to Liberia to The Netherlands celebrate a type of Thanksgiving holiday.
You can see more information about where and how the holiday is celebrated across the globe at the following resources:
- 8 Thanksgiving Celebrations Around the World – Canada, Germany, Liberia, Japan, Norfolk Island, Grenada, The Netherlands, and Puerto Rico
- Which Other Countries Celebrate Thanksgiving? – Canada, The United Kingdom, Liberia, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Grenada
- What Other Countries Celebrate Thanksgiving 2023 – Canada, Brazil, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Grenada, China, Japan, Liberia, South India, and Ghana
Again, we are grateful for our global community and we hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday whenever and wherever you celebrate.