Chinese New Year Year of the Ox

posted on 18th of december, 2008

Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) the most solemn traditional Chinese folk festivals. In the first day lunar calendar, also known as the lunar calendar, known as "New Year" and "New Year." The Spring Festival is a long history, which originated in the Shang period in the first ritual of the Suiwei worship activities. In accordance with China's Lunar New Year, the first day Guchengyuanri, Chen Yuan, the yuan is, Yuanshuo, such as New Year's Day, commonly known as the New Year's Day, to the Republic of China, to switch to the Gregorian calendar, the Gregorian calendar on January 1 as the New Year's Day, January's Lunar New Year a Japan called the Spring Festival.
Chinese New Year is the most solemn of the most non-unique traditional festivals, generally refers to the first day and New Year's Eve, also known as the lunar calendar, known as the "Chinese New Year." But in private, in the traditional sense is the Chinese New Year from the Layuechuba La La Yue Festival, or 23 or 24 of Jizao until the fifteenth day, with New Year's Eve and the first month for the first wave. During the Spring Festival, China's Han ethnic minorities and many have held various activities and celebration. These activities are designed for worship deities, and hold a memorial ceremony for the ancestors, Chujiubuxin, then Jubilee Fu Ying, pray for a good harvest for the main content. Rich and colorful activities, with strong national characteristics.
In the Spring, will mean the arrival of spring, Vientiane vegetation recovery update, a new round of sowing and harvest season to start. People just world of ice and snow through the long winter vegetation decline, has long been looking forward to the day of the spring, when the Chinese New Year approaching, naturally full of the joy of singing and dancing to the arrival of the holiday.
Spring Festival is the most important Chinese holiday, but full, Mongolia, Yao, Zhuang, white, mountains, Hezhe, Hani, Daur, Dong, Li and so on more than a dozen ethnic minorities also had the custom of the Spring Festival, the holiday is more in the form of its own National characteristics, but also implies infinite flavor.

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Posted by Leoimage on December 21, 2008
Posted by Xiaopo8211 on December 20, 2008
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How are you doing, Xiaopo8211? Nice to meet you.
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