New Zealand's nationwide Secret Santa is rather adorable

New Zealand's nationwide Secret Santa is rather adorable

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It seems like if there’s anywhere to be in the world, it’d be in New Zealand.

These holidays, New Zealanders are set to again participate in a nationwide Secret Santa, organised by the country’s postal service, NZ Post. 

For those unfamiliar with the concept, Secret Santa, sometimes called Kris Kringle, is an activity where one person gives a (usually small) gift to another person, but the recipient is not told who it came from. It requires a group of people, and names are drawn at random. 

New Zealand’s nationwide Secret Santa has been going since 2010, but NZ Post took the reins in 2013. It now has a warehouse to facilitate gift exchanges, and there are more than 3,500 Secret Santa participants this year — you just need a Twitter account to enter, and a Twitter handle is the only clue you’ll receive for your recipient, for gift ideas. Read more…

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Source: Mashable | New Zealand's nationwide Secret Santa is rather adorable

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