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Spring Festival is the traditional lunar New year in the Chinese cultural circle

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Spring Festival is the traditional lunar New year in the Chinese cultural circle, commonly known as “New year’s Day”. The traditional name is New year, New year, New year, but also verbally known as year, New year, New year. [1] the Chinese people have been celebrating the Spring Festival for more than 4000 years. [1] Chinese people have been celebrating the Spring Festival for more than 4000 years. The Spring Festival is scheduled for January 1st, but it is generally not until January 15th (the Upper Yuan Festival) that the New year is considered to be over. In the folk sense, the Spring Festival is traditionally defined as a meat festival from December 23rd or a stove from December 23rd or 24. Until January 19th.
During the Spring Festival, the Han nationality and some ethnic minorities in China hold all kinds of celebration activities. These activities are mainly to sacrifice ancestors, to remove the old and the new, to welcome the new year and to pray for the good year. The main contents of these activities are rich and colorful. Influenced by Chinese culture, some countries and ethnic groups belonging to the Chinese character cultural circle also have the custom of celebrating the Spring Festival. People return to their homes to reunite with their relatives as much as possible on the Spring Festival Day. Express your fervent hope for the coming year and your best wishes for a new year.
The Spring Festival is the most solemn traditional festival of the Chinese nation, and it is also an important carrier for the Chinese people to release their feelings and meet their psychological demands. It is the annual carnival of the Chinese nation and the eternal spiritual pillar. The Spring Festival, with Ching Ming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, The Mid-Autumn Festival is known as the four traditional Chinese festivals

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