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Spring Festival (one of the four traditional Chinese festivals)

The Spring Festival, also known as the lunar New Year, is the beginning of the year and the traditional annual festival. Commonly known as the New Year, the New Year, the New Year, the New Year, the jubilee, the big year, and so on, also known as the year, the anniversary, the New Year, the big year. The Spring Festival has a long history, evolved from the ancient times. All things on the day, people on the ancestor, pray for the worship of the year, worship the law of the ancestor, return the reverse also. The origin of the Spring Festival contains profound cultural connotation and carries rich historical and cultural deposits in the course of inheritance and development. During the Spring Festival, all over the country have held a variety of activities to celebrate the New Year, with strong regional characteristics, lively festive atmosphere filled with; These activities take the old and the new, exorcising evil, worshiping gods and offering sacrifices to ancestors, praying for blessings and praying for the New Year as the main content, with rich and colorful forms, embodying the essence of traditional Chinese culture.

In the ancient folk, people from the end of the year 23 or 24 to the beginning of the "busy year", the New Year to the 19th day of the end of the first month. In modern times, people place the Spring Festival on the first day of the first lunar month, but generally it does not end until at least the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. Holiday exchange and greetings convey the family ethics between friends and villages, it is an important holiday for people to increase the depth of feelings, is a happy and peaceful, friends and relatives gather the traditional festival.

First of all, the Spring Festival is the most solemn traditional festival of the Chinese nation. It not only embodies the thoughts and beliefs, aspirations, entertainment and cultural psychology of the Chinese nation, but also is a carnival display of blessing, food and entertainment. 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 the Chinese New Year as a legal holiday for the whole or some cities under their jurisdiction. The Spring Festival and tomb-sweeping day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn festival and known as the four traditional Chinese festivals. The Spring Festival folk customs were approved by the state council to be included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage list.

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