For many of us, Christmas is a time of joy. We exchange gifts we each other, make dinner and eat and drink with friends and family. It is the time of the year in which we show our thanks. But there are also millions of people who do not celebrate Christmas the way they used to. Millions of refugees who fled their countries because of war, oppression, or other life-threating circumstances will be celebrating Christmas in refugee camps, often far away from family and friends. Here are stories about how Christmas is celebrated among refugees who live in camps.