A Chinese man in his 20s with a shaved head walks past a mural on a street in Shanghai, China, on Oct. 19, 2020.
Chinese people have been celebrating Halloween since the mid-19th century.
Chinese authorities have been cracking down on Halloween celebrations, with more than 400 people arrested and nearly half of the city’s residents being fined.
The Chinese holiday is celebrated on Oct 19 and is also known as Halloween in China.
The country’s ruling Communist Party has not released official figures for Halloween, but some estimates put the number at about 30 million.
While Chinese holiday traditions are generally frowned upon, many people celebrate Halloween with friends and family.
China’s Halloween celebrations have grown in popularity in recent years with a large Chinese holiday population.