Santa Clause is a mysterious figure in the traditional European legend. It is said he gives presents to kids from door to door on the Christmas Eve every year. Santa Clause climbs into the chimney of every home and puts presents into the socks of children by their beds or under the Christmas tree nearby the fireplace. The stereotype of Santa Clause is an old man with long white beard in red hat and coat. People in different cultural background interpret his image in different ways. However, the model of Santa Clause is usually with dirty clothes.
In many European counties and the USA, the toys of Santa Clause are deliberately made in dirty clothes. The reason is that Santa Clause climbs out of the chimney and naturally dirties his clothes. The cultural awareness makes the important festival full of charms. Moreover, many countries localize Christmas by adding new elements. For example, in Germany, Santa Clause roams over the towns in a two-wheeled vehicle rather than a sleigh pulled by reindeer. He puts nuts and apples into the shoes rather than socks of children. In order to make their kids obedient, many parents claim that good boys or girls are able to receive more presents from Santa Clause while bad ones will receive a whip punishment. It is a very interesting phenomenon that Christmas prevails over in many European countries. In the eyes of western people, the beneficent Santa Clause brings the blessing of god which means a promising new year.