The Spring Festival, or Lunar New Year, is the first year of the year and the traditional New Year s Day. Commonly known as the New Year, New Year, New Year, New Year, New Year, New Year, New Year, etc. Orally also called New Year, New Year, New Year, New Year. The Spring Festival has a long history, which evolved from the ritual of the first year of the New Year. All things are based on heaven, people are based on ancestors, praying for the sacrifice of the year, worshiping the ancestors of the heaven, and returning to the beginning. The origin of the Spring Festival contains deep cultural connotations, and carries a rich historical and cultural heritage in inheritance and development. During the Spring Festival, various Chinese New Year celebrations are held throughout the country, with strong regional characteristics and a lively and festive atmosphere; these activities mainly include the removal of old cloth, the celebration of the new year, the worship of gods, the worship of ance stors, and the celebration of the good year. The forms are rich and colorful, condensing the essence of Chinese traditional culture.
In ancient folks, people started the busy year from the 23rd or 24th year s sacrifice stove, and the New Year did not end until the 19th of the first month. In modern times, the Chinese New Year is scheduled to be the first day of the first lunar month, but it usually ends at least on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. The Spring Festival is a joyful and peaceful holiday, where friends and relatives gather, and it is a bond for people to deepen their feelings. Holiday exchange greetings convey the ethics of family relationships between friends and relatives, and it is an important part of maintaining the sustainable development of the Spring Festival.
Led by the hundred festivals, the Spring Festival is the most solemn traditional festival of the Chinese nation. It not only embodies the Chinese nation s ideological beliefs, ideals, life, entertainment and cultural psychology, but also a carnival display of blessings, eating and entertainment activities. Affected by Chinese culture, some countries and regions in the world also have customs to celebrate the Spring Festival. According to incomplete statistics, nearly 20 countries and regions have designated the Chinese New Year as a statutory holiday in the whole or in some cities under their jurisdiction. The Spring Festival, the Qingming Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival are also known as the four traditional Chinese festivals. The Spring Festival folklore was approved by the State Council to be included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage lists.