The Chinese New Year is a Symbol of unity and prosperity

The Chinese New Year is a symbol of unity and prosperity

The Chinese Lunar New Year is the most ceremonious traditional festival, but also a symbol of unity and prosperity, for the future sustenance of the new hope of the festive season. Celebrating the Chinese New Year is also a tradition brought by Singaporean Chinese when they emigrated from China to Singapore. The beginning of the Chinese Lunar New Year is called the Spring Festival. It is the Chinese people.

The origin of the Chinese New Year

According to records, the Chinese people celebrated the Spring Festival for more than 4,000 years. The origin of the Chinese New Year, many says, but the public generally accepted theory is that by the Spring Festival Shun rise. One day more than 2000 BC, Shun was the seat of the emperor, leading his subordinates to worship the heaven and the earth. Since then, people have regarded this day as the beginning of the year. It is said that this is the origin of the Lunar New Year, which was later called the Spring Festival. The Spring Festival is also called New Year’s Day. The month of the Spring Festival is called January.

When Spring Festival officially arrived

The earth revolves around the sun, and the calendar is called a year, cyclically and endlessly. However, people take the first day of the first month of the summer calendar as the first day of the year according to the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Every year since December 30 midnight after (midnight), even if the Spring Festival officially arrived.

Spring Festival, commonly known as ” New Year “

Spring Festival, commonly known as ” New Year “, is the nation’s most solemn transfer system Festival. New Year’s Day is a day to remove the old and clothe the new. Although the New Year Festival is set on the first day of the first lunar month, the activities of the New Year do not stop on the first day of the first month. From twenty-three the twelfth lunar month (or 24) small years from the festival, people began to ” Busy Year “: sweep houses, wash baths, appliances, etc.

New Year preparation. All these activities have a common theme, that is, ” Farewell to the old and welcome the new. ” People greet the New Year and spring with grand ceremonies and enthusiasm.

The Chinese New Year or Spring Festival approaches

As the Spring Festival approaches, people are shopping for New Year’s Eve. On New Year’s Eve, the whole family gathers for a New Year’s Eve dinner. Post New Year pictures and Spring Festival couplets. On this day of the year, children and unmarried young people will give New Year greetings to their elders, and then the elders will give them New Year’s Eve money, usually in red envelopes.