第一种： New Year cry
In India, some regions, people not only did not celebrate the New Year, but cry. Exclaimed perishable, and is said to be short-lived life.
第二种：Cups and bowls of debris to send to friends
Danish people in New Year's Eve, each and every household will usually break the glass fragments collected, to be secretly sent to the dead of night, when a friend's house door.
New Year's Day morning, if the heap of debris in front of someone's more, it shows someone's friend of more must be very lucky New Year.
第三种 Fixed fireworks to eat cold
Paraguayans five days before the advent of the New Year, from the heads of state, down to the ordinary people, not moving fireworks, eating cold foods, until the New Year's Day after the 0:00 bell rang fire cooking food to celebrate the New Year's Day.
第四种：Throw bottles to fight cans thrown Basin
Some parts of Italy, New Year's Eve midnight, if you are walking on the road is very safe, because when people wanted to put the house and some broken bottles, tanks, basins and other smashed in order to show the old and welcome.
第五种：Finished off the fifth liquor luck
Before the arrival of the French in the New Year, individual must bring home all the liquor I drunk, so many people drunk. In their view, the New Year if the house there is still wine, the new year will pay doom.
第六种：Eating grapes in middle of the night
Spaniards in the New Year's Eve family reunion.
To midnight in the interest of church bells as a number, fighting over who gets grapes, every knock about bell, you must eat a grape, but also to a continuous eating 12, indicating the coming year, smooth sailing.
第七种 : "First Footing"
One of the most popular of UK new year traditions still prevalent is called "First Footing".
According to the custom, a family is blessed with good luck and prosperity if a tall, dark and good-looking male is the first person to enter through the front door after the new year arrives.
Carrying a piece of coal, a loaf and a bottle of Whiskey, the visitor should neither speak to anyone nor be spoken to until he places the coal on fire, puts the loaf on table, serves the drink to the family head and finally wishes everyone a "Happy New Year".
He should leave the house through the back door to complete the tradition with flying colors.