The Spring Festival, the Chinese Lunar New Year, is the beginning of the new year. It is the first day of the first lunar month of the Chinese lunar calendar, which is the traditional "New Year's Day". Commonly known as New Year, Xin Sui, New Spring, New Jubilee, Year Jubilee, etc., verbally also known as the year, celebration, New Year, Celebrate the year. Spring Festival has a long history, which evolved from the first year of prayer in ancient times.
Chinese Spring Festival folk in addition to the old cloth new, welcome the new year, worship gods and worship ancestors, pray for a good year as the main content, rich and colorful forms, with strong regional characteristics. During the Chinese Lunar New Year, the common people hold customs such as New Year's Goods, dust-sweeping, sticking New Year's Reds, Lunar New Year's Dinner, Watching the Year, New Year's Money, Happy New Year, Dancing Dragons and Lions, worshipping God and offering sacrifices to ancestors, praying for disaster, firecrackers, fireworks, gods, boats, temple fairs, gongs and drums, banners, lanterns and lanterns.
As one of the traditional Chinese festivals, Chinese people have been celebrating the Spring Festival for at least 4000 years. In folklore, the traditional Spring Festival refers to the sacrificial stove of the wax sacrifice or the twenty-third or twenty-fourth of the month until the nineteenth day of the first month. In modern times, people set the Spring Festival on the first day of the first lunar month, but it usually ends at least on the fifteenth new year of the first lunar month.