The Spring Festival, the lunar new year, is the beginning of the year and the traditional festival. It is commonly known as the new year, the new year, the new year, the new year's day, the new year's year, the new year's day, the new year's year, and so on. It is also known orally as the new year's day, the new year's day, the new year's Eve, and the new year's day. The Spring Festival has a long history, which evolved from the worship of praying for new year in ancient times. All things are based on heaven and people are based on ancestors. Praying for the new year, offering sacrifices to heaven and worshiping the ancestors are the same. The origin of the Spring Festival contains profound cultural connotation, which carries rich historical and cultural heritage in the process of inheritance and development. During the Spring Festival, various activities were held throughout the country, with strong regional characteristics and a lively atmosphere. These activities mainly included old cloth, exorcism, worship and worship, and rich and colorful forms.
In ancient times, people began to "busy the new year" from the 23 or 24 sacrificial stoves at the end of the year, and the new year didn't end until the 19th of the first month. In modern times, people set the Spring Festival on the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar, but it usually ends at least on the fifteenth day of the first month. Festival exchange greetings convey the family ethics between relatives and friends in the countryside. It is an important festival for people to deepen their feelings. It is a traditional festival of happiness and peace, and the gathering of relatives and friends.
The Spring Festival is the most grand traditional festival of the Chinese nation. It not only embodies the Chinese nation's ideological beliefs, ideals and aspirations, life and entertainment and cultural psychology, but also is a carnival display of praying for blessings and disasters, food and entertainment activities. Influenced by Chinese culture, some countries and regions in the world also have the custom of celebrating the new year. According to incomplete statistics, nearly 20 countries and regions have designated Chinese Spring Festival as a legal holiday for the whole or some cities under their jurisdiction. Spring Festival, Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid Autumn Festival are known as China's four traditional festivals. With the approval of the State Council, the Spring Festival folk custom has been listed in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage list.
Release Time:2020-12-26 23:57:06
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