|For those interested — Bing.com has a church and links to Nativity scenes||ABC_News||12/24/13 11:07 PM|
For those unimpressed with Google's generic approach to the Christmas holiday, you may appreciate Bing's website, which has an image of a Christian church and a link to Polish Nativity scene tradition, depicting the baby Jesus:
|Re: For those interested — Bing.com has a church and links to Nativity scenes||Peter Dom||12/25/13 12:51 AM|
Very nice thank you.... see Google it's not hard to just participate in the Christmas spirit..... you can do your 298th Birthday of the Inventor of the Shoelace next week.
|Re: For those interested — Bing.com has a church and links to Nativity scenes||bluequoll||12/25/13 1:17 AM|
I think Bing is playing it safe as well — "A perfect holiday scene"!
|Re: For those interested — Bing.com has a church and links to Nativity scenes||ABC_News||12/25/13 1:31 AM|
Well, unlike Google, their wording varies depending on the geographical region, and generally references the word Christmas. The link I posted was Bing Canada, there is also:
Bing USA - "perfect little holiday scene", but also, "At Christmastime, this city hosts tournaments with nativity scenes"
Bing France - "Joyeux Noel a tous" (Merry Christmas to all)
Bing Australia - "Christmas Day, have a wonderful time" (links to results page for Christmas Day activities)
Bing UK - "Happy Christmas, time for a singalong" (links to results page for Christmas songs)
Google, meanwhile, only mentions Christmas on their local sites in countries whereas Christmas is merely a Western import holiday, such as Japan and Korea.