I’ve always been interested in Islam. My understanding of Islam is that I learned about Islam when I was in junior high school. In the winter of 2017, when I was in college, I used winter vacation to go to Xinjiang, China, where Islam has the largest number of people in China. I have lived in Urumqi for nearly a month. There I learned about many Islamic festivals, including Ramadan. I think Islam can help people exercise their will, cultivate self-purification, and keep a good habit of doing things.
And the meaning of May Day in China is similar to that of Ramadan in Islam. On this festival, every company arranges holidays. To commemorate our Chinese people’s hard work and hard work in the family for a year. The rest days can be arranged at will, we can travel, or we can have a reunion dinner with our parents and children at home.
This year, our Labor Day in China and Ramadan in Islam belong to May in the Chinese calendar. And it happens that Ramadan begins immediately after the end of our Labor Day holiday! Is this fate!!?