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2018-12-29Company News游客:57

Chinese are used to calling January 1st "New Year's Day". What are the customs for New Year's Day?

New Year's Day customs in the North:
In the north of China, the winter weather is cold and the night is long. From the New Year's Day, the farmers in the slack farm killed the pigs and slaughtered the sheep, sitting cross-legged on the bandits, talking about their homework, not working, not going out until the end of the first month of the 15th. Due to the cold weather, the Northeast New Year's Day diet is mainly based on frozen products, pickles, and stews. Like frozen dumplings, sauerkraut stewed noodles, pickled snow red, etc. are all necessary food for New Year's Day.
Beijing children's new year to eat candied haws, symbolizing the new year is booming. In terms of customs: twisting Yangko, stepping on stilts, and turning around in the Northeast, they will perform at the temple fair. Tianjin cut window flowers, stickers couplets, cultural activities should not be overwhelmed. On the New Year's Day, Shandong students worshipped the statue of Confucius, and looked forward to the title of the annual gold medal. New Year's Day customs in the South:
In Jiangsu and Zhejiang, the New Year's Day season put the bamboo raft on the grass, ignited and burned, called "Qingtian silkworm." Shaoxing New Year's Day will use "tea bowl tea" to treat guests, and some will also put olives and kumquats, called "Holding Yuanbao."
In Fujian, the voice “Spring” is the same as “Remaining”. When you are eating on New Year's Day, you should put red flowers on the rice, commonly known as “Spring Rice”. Spring rice is a symbol of "more than a year." In Guangdong, when New Year's Day celebrates the New Year, the elders will reward the younger generation with red envelopes or citrus. It is also a good luck and a symbol of the balance of the coming year.
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