The Spring Festival of 2020

25-01-2020

     The Spring Festival is the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar, also called the lunar calendar, commonly known as "New Year". The Spring Festival has a long history. It originated from the sacrifice of gods and ancestors at the beginning and end of the Yin and Shang dynasties.

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     According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the first day of the first month of the first month was called Yuanri, Yuanchen, Yuanzheng, Yuanshuo, New Year's Day and so on. The first day of the month is called the Spring Festival. The Spring Festival lasts a long time, spans a wide area, and is rich in festival activities. It is the most important and grandest in China, and it is also the oldest and most lively traditional festival.

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     The Chinese New Year is called the Spring Festival. According to records, the Chinese people have a history of more than 4,000 years during the Spring Festival. There are many sayings about the origin of the Spring Festival, but one that is generally accepted by the public is that the Spring Festival was raised by Yu Shun. On the day of more than 2000 BC, Shun was the emperor, and led his men to worship heaven and earth. Since then, people regard this day as the head 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 was also called New Year's Day.

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     Why stick the Spring Festival couplets for the Spring Festival? On the day before the Spring Festival, that is, on New Year's Eve, every family posted spring couplets on both sides of the door. So why stick the Spring Festival couplets during the Spring Festival? What is the use of it? When did the custom of spring couplets begin? When did it originate?

     Qi Chunlian was not called "Spring Couplet" at first, but "Peach Fu". It is said that the origin of the peach charm was very early. At that time, the peach charm was affixed to drive out demons and monsters. According to legend, in ancient times, there was an extremely vicious monster that often did evil and endangered the people, but there was nothing to stop it. Later, there were two demon gods specializing in demon monsters, and they landed monsters with peach branches. As a result, the folks came out and said that the peach branches with the names of the two immortals were hung on the door, and the monsters did not dare to come forward. Later, such peach branches were called "Peach Fu", and "Peach Fu" became popular.

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     During the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, Tao Fu became the Spring Festival couplet. According to records, at that time, Meng Yue, the later Shu master, asked Zhang Xun to write an inscription on the peach. After he finished writing, Meng Yue felt that he was not in a position to write, and wrote: "New Year's greetings, the festival is Changchun." At the time, it was also a peach charm. Later, the appearance of paper changed to peach. The Spring Festival couplet really appeared during the Ming Dynasty Zhu Yuanzhang. At that time, Zhu Yuanzhang asked every family to post Spring Festival couplets, so the streets and alleys were covered with Spring Festival couplets.


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