United Kingdom is a ethnically diverse country with many different communities whitch reflect the multicultural nation that Britain is.
Over the centuries people from around the world come to live to UK

History OF MIGRATION IN UK

Firts migrants were from Jamaica and whole Carribien (1948)
People from Indian, Bangladeshi (1950)
Pakistani families made Britain their home in (1960)
Asian Ugandan refugees fled here in (1970)
Followed by Somalis in 90‘
In recent years Eastern European citizens came in search for work

For centuries people have settled in the UK, either through invasion, Britain\'s expansion into the world, to escape political or religious persecution or in search of better economic opportunities making the UK\'s record on multiculturalism second to none in Europe.



People say that the best part is actually different cultures whitch bring their spieces, experiences or even their rituals so you can get a taste of the world within the city

In a past differences between communities led to violence, but Britain tries to bring generations and cultures by projects together

Caribbean and it\'s influence
Notting Hill carnival grew out of Caribbean traditions. Today it is were cultures come together. It is an anual event. Since 1966 each august and it takes place for 2 days
It is an amazing array of sounds, colourful sights and social solidarity.
The very first carnival was an attempt to showcase the steel band musicians who played in the Earls Court of London every Weekend. When the bands paraded through the streets of Notting Hill, they drew black residents out on to the streets, reminding them of the Caribbean homes they had left behind.
The very first carnival was an attempt to showcase the steel band musicians who played in the Earls Court of London every Weekend. When the bands paraded through the streets of Notting Hill, they drew black residents out on to the streets, reminding them of the Caribbean homes they had left behind.

CHINA AND IT\'S INFLUENCE
Chinese New Year
Celebrations of New Year in chinese calendar takes over whole world, so does it over the UK.

As a legend goes, a monster, named Xi, always finds food in villages for its lack of food in winter. Villagers are afraid of this monster, so they come up with a way to frighten and expel Xi by lighting bamboos and paste red paper on their doors. Xi fears the sound of lighted bamboos and red color, so it runs away. People successfully chase away Xi. The day people expelling Xi, people call it Chu Xi which is the Chinese of New Year\'s Eve. (Chu in English means expelling or killing.). Nowadays, people still kindle bamboos in New Year\'s Eve, but just for celebrating the coming of New Year

India

India\'s culture is among the world\'s oldest
People from India are very religious and have many festivals where they celabrate almost everything what is important for them

Holi Festival of colours

Is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colours or the festival of love. It is an ancient Hindu religious festival which has become popular with non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia including Great Britain

Holi celebrations start on the night before Holi with a Holika bonfire where people gather, sing and dance. The next morning is a free-for-all carnival of colours, where participants play, chase and colour each other with dry powder and coloured water

Holi is hindu celebration of spring. It takes part in february or march.
It is a celebration of colours and worshiping of Vishna and Krishna
Festival is celebrated for 16 days

4 main sections multiculturalism has:

rituals
experiences
cohesion- Britain tries to bring generations and cultures by projects together
violence - Mainly because of religion and skin colour