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White Day is a holiday celebrated in Japan every March 14th in which girls who received chocolate from boys on Valentine's Day return the favor by giving boys okaeshi, or a return gift. White Day has its origins in the 1970s when Valentine's Day became popularized in Japan, and was at first known as "Marshmallow Day" or "Candy Day" until becoming "White Day" in 1980. The color white is said to be a symbol of the pure, refreshing love of young lovers.

Join us on March 15th at 6:00pm in Irvin 124 to decorate cookies and eat Japanese snacks in celebration of White Day!

Hosted by: Japanese Culture and Language Club

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