December 5 and 6 are Sinterklaas/St. Nicholas' Eve and Day in the Netherlands, when Saint Nicholas, also known as Sinterklaas, visits children and brings them presents. In the Netherlands, the main celebrations take place on December rather than December
Sinterklaas and Black Piet. This annual celebration is basically a dutch version of Santa Claus. Recently there have been a lot of discussions wether or not Black Piet is supposed to be racist. As the foreign-dutch population want to ban this tradition.