Christmas is canceled the office Nov. 19 (UPI) –Germany’s popular Christmas market at Nuremberg has been canceled because of rising cases of COVID-19, Bavarian Prime Minister.
Where Did The Idea Of Canceling Christmas Come From?
The concept of "canceling Christmas" can be seen as a self-deprecative joke among single-status Japanese Internet users who remain little affected by the secular and mostly romantic holiday of Christmas in Japan. The text-only announcements were seen as early as 2002 on the Japanese imageboard site 2channel. 
When Does A Benihana Christmas Come On The Office?
"A Benihana Christmas" is the tenth and eleventh episode of the third season of the American comedy television series The Office, and the thirty-eighth and thirty-ninth episode overall. It was written by Jennifer Celotta and directed by Harold Ramis. The episode originally aired in the United States on December 14, 2006, on NBC.
What Does Cancellation Of Christmas Mean In Japanese?
Christmas Cancellation Announcement (Japanese: クリスマス中止のお知らせ, Christmas Chuushi no Oshirase) is a series of copypastas typically used as a spoof news announcement during holiday seasons that Christmas "has been cancelled" due to a variety of unforeseen events.