Chinese festivals are an integral part of Chinese culture. Celebrations of Chinese culture over a thousand years old. Learn about the important festivals today –
1. Chinese Spring Festival
The Chinese Spring Festival is the most important festival in China. The traditional festival is celebrated at the beginning of the new year according to the Chinese calendar. Which begins on the first day of the Chinese first month. Traditionally, the day is celebrated on the first day from dusk until the festival, which takes place on the 15th of the month. The first day of the Chinese New Year begins between January 21 and February 20, when the new moon is seen. This traditional festival already has a history of more than 4,000 years.
2. Mid-Autumn Festival
The traditional Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated every year on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. It’s in the middle of fall, so it’s called the Mid-Autumn Festival. This night the moon is more round and brighter than the full moon of other months, so it is also known as “moonlight” and “August Festival”. On this night, people look up at the sky like a jade, and natural family members gather and enjoy the full moon (auspicious symbol of harmony and luck) and eat the cakes.
3. Yuanxiao Festival
The traditional Yunxiao festival marks the end of the Chinese spring festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month. The main task of the A Lantern Festival is to enjoy beautiful lanterns of various shapes and sizes at night, another important part of eating eunxiao, a small dumpling ball made of raw rice flour.
4. Duanwu Festival
Ragan Boat Festival – also known as the Duane Festival – is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese calendar. The festival commemorates the death of Qi Yuan, an honest and honest poet and politician who committed suicide by drowning himself in a river. One of the most important activities of this festival is the Dragon Boat Race. It symbolizes human efforts to rescue Ko Yuan.
5. The National Day of China
The National Day of China is celebrated every year on October 1st. The first of October is mentioned in Chinese as ‘Shi E’. The National Day is celebrated throughout mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau with a variety of government-organized activities including fireworks and concerts.
6. Qingming Festival
Qingming’s Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day in English. Falls one day each year from April 4 to 6. During Qingming, Chinese families visit the tombs of their ancestors to clean the cemeteries, pray to their ancestors, and worship. The Qingming Festival has been celebrated by the Chinese for more than 2500 years.
6. Yuandan Festival
Like the rest of the world, China celebrates its various festivals in a brighter way. The Yuandan Festival is celebrated in China at the beginning of the new year. Festivals of all kinds are broadcast on TV, many companies and organizations party, bringing everyone to the festive atmosphere. It has traditionally been celebrated by China for 3000 years.
7. Chongyang Festival
The ninth month is celebrated on the Chinese calendar, the ninth month, a traditional Chinese holiday. This is probably a potentially dangerous date according to the traditional Chinese tradition. Hence, the day is also called the “Double Young Festival”. To avoid danger, climb a high mountain, drink chrysanthemum wine, and wear the Xue plant of Curios officials.
8. Labor Day
International Labor Day or May Day is also a public holiday in China, like the rest of the world. Celebrate ordinary festivals for working people. In China, the day is celebrated with a great celebration. China’s Central People’s Government Council officially designates May 1st, December 1949, as China’s Labor Day.
9. Qixi Festival
The festival traditionally shows the girls their handicrafts and wishes for a good husband. This traditional holiday is recently called China’s Love Day, young lovers love to shop and boys send flowers to girls. The Chicksar festival falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month.
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