New year's Eve
New year's Eve is the last night of the year. The last day at the end of the year is called "Sui Chu", which means to get rid of the old year and replace it with a new one. To remove the meaning of night. "New Year's Eve" means the eve of Lunar New Year's Eve, also known as new year's Eve, new year's Eve, new year's Eve, etc., which is the last night at the end of the new year. New year's Eve is a day for new year's Eve, family reunion and ancestor worship. Qingming Festival, July half and Chongyang Festival are traditional ancestor worship festivals in China. New year's Eve is of special significance in the hearts of Chinese people. On the most important day at the end of the new year, no matter how far away you are, you have to go home to get together with your family, say goodbye to the old year with firecrackers and welcome the new year with fireworks.
The last day of "year" is called "year's Eve", and that night is called "New Year's Eve". It is the eve of the new year and an important juncture of time to get rid of the old and welcome the new. New year's Eve is often on December 29 or 30 of the lunar calendar, so it is also called Lunar New Year's Eve. On the day of Lunar New Year's day, the people paid special attention to it. Every family was busy or cleaned up the courtyards, removed the old and put on new things, decorated with lanterns and decorations, welcomed their ancestors home for the new year, and worshipped them with New Year cakes, three sacrificial offerings, three teas and five wines.
Since ancient times, new year's Eve has many customs, such as ancestor worship, ShouSui, reunion dinner, sticking New Year's red, hanging lanterns and so on. Under the influence of Chinese culture, new year's Eve is also a traditional festival of Chinese characters culture circle countries and overseas Chinese all over the world. In 2007, new year's Eve officially became China's legal holiday in accordance with the "national holidays and anniversaries". In 2014, new year's Eve was adjusted according to the State Council's decision on Revising the "national holidays for new year's festivals and anniversaries" and was no longer regarded as a legal holiday in China.
Release Time:2021-01-02 16:35:01
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New year's Eve is the last night of the year. The last day at the end of the year is called "Sui Chu", which means to get rid of the old year .