The New Year s Day is an ancient festival in China and the most important one throughout the year. In historical development, a variety of folk customs have been mixed into one place, forming some relatively fixed customs and habits, many of which have been passed down to this day. China is a multi-ethnic country, and different ethnic groups have different forms of the New Year. The Spring Festival is the most important festival of the Han nationality. Manchu, Mongolian, Yao, Zhuang, Bai, Gaoshan , Hezhe, Hani, Daur, Dai, Li and other ethnic minorities also have the custom of the Spring Festival, but the form of the festival is more their own. The characteristics are more endless. The celebrations during the Spring Festival are extremely rich and diverse, including lion dance, floating colors, dragon dance, goddess, temple fairs, shopping streets, flower viewing lanterns, gongs and drums, cursor flags, burning fireworks, praying, blessings, and spring. Dry boats, twisting yangko, etc. T he custom of worshiping gods (ancestors) prevails in the coastal areas of the south and inherits the customs of ancient times. During the Spring Festival, there are grand celebrations of the heavens and earth, grace of the heavens, and prayers for the New Year . Rich. During the Spring Festival, there are various places such as New Year s Eve, observing the New Year s Eve, New Year s Eve, and New Year s Eve. However, due to the different local customs, the nuances have their own characteristics. The Spring Festival folklore has various forms and rich contents, and it is a concentrated display of the essence of the Chinese people s living culture.
The Spring Festival is a new day in addition to the old cloth. Although the Spring Festival is set on the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar, the activities of the Spring Festival do not end on the first day of the first month of the first month. From the third year (or 24th day) of the New Year, people have begun a busy year: offering stoves, sweeping dust, purchasing new products, pasting red, shampooing and bathing, lighting lanterns, etc. All these activities include: A common theme is Quit the old and welcome the new. The Spring Festival is a joyful, peaceful and family reunion festival. It is also a carnival and an eternal spiritual pillar that people express their longing for happiness and freedom. Before the holiday, people from Bejing s hometown went back home as much as possible to reunite with their loved ones and share the joy of family. On New Year s Eve, the whole family gathered together to eat New Year s Eve , and the elders distributed New Year s Money to the children, and then Shou Shou to welcome the New Year. During the New Year, family and friends visited each other to celebrate the New Year, expressing feelings for family and friends and good wishes for the new year life.
The Spring Festival is also a time for Tun Qin to worship his ancestors and sacrifice prayers. Sacrifice is a kind of belief activity. It is a belief activity created by human beings activities in ancient times to hope for a harmonious coexistence with heaven and earth . Everything is based on heaven, and people are based on ancestors. People worship the gods (ancestors) during the Spring Festival, and relive the unity of heaven and man ecological world constructed by the ancestors, remembering and feeling the sacred virtue of heaven and earth gods (ancestors). And majesty, don t forget to shoulder the responsibility and mission of the order of heaven to the present people to maintain humanity s goodness, with awe and respect. It is for this reason that during the lively Spring Festival, the traditional culture and worship rituals of worshiping the gods and ancestors followed the rules of the ancestors, paid tribute, worshiped and saluted, solemnly and meticulously. A series of suc cessive festival ritual procedures represents the layer-by-layer display of festival cultural connotations, making traditional festivals solemn and meaningful.
The Spring Festival is a festival of entertainment and carnival. During the New Year s Day, firecrackers rang out, fireworks filled the sky, and various activities to celebrate the Spring Festival, such as resigning from the old age and welcoming the New Year, reached a climax. On the morning of the first day of the year, each family burned incense to pay homage to the heavens and earth, worship the ancestors, and then worship the elders in turn, and then exchange congratulations with their relatives and friends. After the first day of the sun, a variety of colorful entertainment activities are being launched, adding a strong festive atmosphere to the Spring Festival. The warm atmosphere of the festival is not only permeated by families, but also full of streets and alleys. During this period, the city is full of lanterns, tourists and streets are full of excitement, and the festival is unprecedented. It will not be until the fifteenth Lantern Festival on the first day of the first mon th that the Spring Festival is truly over. Therefore, the Spring Festival, which gathers prayer, celebration, and entertainment, has become the most solemn festival of the Chinese nation. Traditional festival rituals and related custom activities are important contents of festival elements and carry a variety of festival cultural heritage.