The Spring Festival is the first day of the lunar year, also known as the lunar new year, known as "new year". This is the most grand, the most popular traditional festival in our country. The long history of the Spring Festival, which originated in the Shang period of the first activities of the ritual worship. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the Lunar New Year's Day ancient Mongol, firstar, element, Yuan Shuo, new year's day, commonly known as the Lunar New Year's day, to the Republic of China, to switch to the Gregorian calendar, the Gregorian calendar January a day known as new year's day, the lunar January 1, called the Spring Festival.
The Spring Festival is coming, it means spring is coming, the recovery of vegetation in Vientiane update, a new round of planting and harvesting seasons have begun. It just withered vegetation, ice and snow through the long winter, has long been looking forward to spring days, when the Spring Festival is approaching, will naturally be filled with the joy of singing and dancing to welcome the holiday.
For thousands of years, people have to make annual folk celebrations became very rich and colorful, every year from the lunar month 23 days to 30 years, people put this paragraph of time is called the "spring day", also called "sweeping the dust days", sweep the dust before the Spring Festival to engage in health, is known as the Chinese people's traditional habits.
Then every household to prepare special purchases for the Spring Festival, before ten days or so, people began to busy with the procurement of goods, stocking, including poultry meat, tea wine sauce, North and South roasted seeds and nuts, sugar, fruit bait, purchases must be sufficient, but also prepare some new year Zouqinfangyou when giving gifts, children to acquire new clothes new hat, worn for the new year.
In before the door in the residential pasted red paper yellow word New Year message, it is written with red paper couplets. Colorful auspicious house pictures posted, the ingenuity of the girls cut out the beautiful window grilles attached to the window, in front of the hanging red lanterns or paste Fu characters and the God of wealth, God of image. The word can also be subsidizing, momentary blessing passers down, that is a blessing to all of these activities are sufficient for adding festive holiday atmosphere.
Another name for the Spring Festival is called the Chinese New Year. In the past, the year is a kind of imaginary animal that brings bad luck to people. One year. Trees withered, not Baicao health; a year before, things grow, flowers everywhere. How can the past? Need to whip shelled, so have the custom of burning firecrackers, but also a way which is also the scene of lively contrast.
Spring Festival is a festival of joy and harmony, but also a reunion day home in children in the Spring Festival are gathered home. The night before New Year's is the last night of the old year lunar New Year's Eve, also known as new year's Eve, also called reunion night, when the transition from the old to the new, Shou Sui is one of the most important folk activities, on New Year's Eve, the family last borns together boil ShouSui, carouse gather, and share the happiness and the north on the eve of the Spring Festival is the custom of eating dumplings, dumplings, and the approach is to face, and the word is; dumplings dumplings and settlement homonym, and make the meaning together, the more years of Jiaozi. Have the Spring Festival to eat rice cake used in the south, sweet sticky rice cake, a symbol of the new year of life sweet honey, BBK.
To be the first cockcrow sounded or is the new year's bell sounded, street firecrackers, sound one after another, every festive, with the beginning of the new year, men and women are dressed in festive costumes, to the family elders happy birthday, festival and to the children's pressure old money, eat a festive dinner, second and third began relatives to see friends, each new year, wish to congratulate, said some allow me to congratulate you on the arrival of the new year, congratulation, Congratulations, new year good words, ancestor worship and other activities.
Chinese spring festival The spring festival is Chinese most traditional festival every 365 days. Each Chinese pay much attention on it. Every year about 15 days before spring festival, the migrate works and white-collars are beginning crowded home-returning. But, in recent years, with the development of the world, many different attitudes between the young and the old towards the spring festival come forth. The old are still pay more attention to the spring festival, but the young gradually change the mode to spend their spring festival holiday, such as travel overseas. When I am a childhood, I celebrated the spring festival with my family about a month in my winter vacation in traditional way, such as helping cleaning our houses, putting red couplets on gates, setting off firecrackers, and wear new clothes. Now, I spend only 4 or 5 days at home with my parents in celebrating the spring festival, then I will hurry back to work. Maybe in the near future, I will have no time celebrating spring festival hometown, and my parents have to come to stay with us in the city. Whether or no, I like the spring festival. It is one of the most important part of our Chinese culture. However busy I am, I will try my best to celebrating it with the traditional way to protect those our ancestor has leave behindNew Year season lasts for fifteen days. The first week is the most important and most often celebrated with visits to friends and family as well as greetings of good luck. The celebrations end on the important and colourful Lantern Festival on the evening of the 15th day of the month. However, Chinese believe that on the third day （年初三） of the Chinese New Year it is not appropriate to visit family and friends, and call the day ＂chec hao＂ （赤口）， meaning ＂easy to get into arguments＂. The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the Chinese calendar, a lunisolar calendar. The same calendar is used in countries that have adopted the Confucian and Buddhism tradition and in many cultures influenced by the Chinese, notably the Koreans, the Japanese, the Tibetan, the Vietnamese and the pagan Bulgars. Chinese New Year starts on the first day of the new year containing a new moon (some sources even include New Year's Eve) and ends on the Lantern Festival fourteen days later. This occurs around the time of the full moon as each lunation is about 29.53 days in duration. In the Gregorian calendar, the Chinese New Year falls on different dates each year, on a date between January 21 and February 20. In traditional Chinese Culture, Lichun is a solar term marking the start of spring, which usually falls on either February 4 or 5. Days before the new year On the days before the New Year celebration, Chinese families give their home a thorough cleaning. It is believed the cleaning sweeps away bad luck and makes their homes ready for good luck to arrive. All brooms and dust pans are put away on New Year's Eve so that good luck cannot be swept away. Some people give their homes, doors and windowpanes a new coat of red paint. Homes are decorated with paper cutouts of Chinese auspicious phrases and couplets (short phrases) that speak of ＂happiness,＂ ＂wealth,＂ ＂longevity.＂ Reunion dinner A reunion dinner is held on New Year's Eve where members of the family, near and far, get together for celebration. The New Year's Eve dinner is very large and traditionally includes chicken. Fish （鱼， yú） is included, but not eaten up completely (and the remainder is stored overnight), as the Chinese phrase 年年有余 （nián nián yǒu yú）， which means ＂may there be surpluses every year＂, sounds the same as ＂may there be fish every year＂, since ＂yú＂ is also the pronunciation for 余 （＂leftover＂ or ＂surplus＂）. A type of black hair-like algae, pronounced ＂fat choy＂ in Cantonese, is also featured in many dishes since its name sounds similar to ＂prosperity＂. Hakka will serve kiu nyuk （扣肉） and ngiong tiu fu. Because certain things and/or food sound alike to certain Chinese well-wishes, the belief is that having one will lead to the other. An illustration of what a Chinese Ancient Gold Nugget might look like.Most Northerners serve dumplings as the main dish in this festive season, although most Chinese around the world would do the same because it is believed that dumplings （饺子， jiǎo zi） are wrapped in the semblance of Chinese gold nuggets (illustrated) used in ancient China. This gold nugget is called 金元宝 （jin yuán bǎo）. However, mandarin oranges are the most popular and most abundant fruit during Chinese New Year amongst Chinese simply because of, inter ...
好的，我给你写两篇，你选择一下吧：一、叙述介绍春节In China,the Spring Festival in the most important festival.People usually have a long holiday.It lates seven days or more.Most of the families will have a big family get-together.The whole family will have a big meal on the eve of the Spring Festival.Everyone is happy..On the first day of the Chinese New Year,people usually wear new clothes and visit their relatives and friends.They say“Happy New Year”to each other.People often go to the parks or go shopping.译文：在中国，春节是最重要的节日.人们通常有一个很长的假期.它最新的七天或更多.大多数的家庭都会有一个大家庭聚在一起.全家将在除夕大餐.每个人都是幸福的.在中国新年的第一天，人们穿上新衣服，拜访他们的亲戚和朋友.他们说“新年”，让对方快乐.人们经常去公园或去购物.二、我的春节怎么过的My spring festivalThis year I have a happy spring featival with my family.On New Year's Eve,all the family people get together to have a big dinner in the resturant.During the dinner we have a small talk and play some games.We say some good hope to each other.For example,keep good healthe,try your best to do everything,have a good mood in this year,happy everyday and so on.Thanks to this spring festival,it make our family people get toghther.We enjoy ourselves and in the new year we all fighting.我的春节今年我有一个与我的家人快乐的春节.在除夕夜，全家人聚在一起吃顿大餐.吃饭的时候，我们有一个聊天和玩游戏.我们说一些好希望对方.例如，保持良好的健康，尽力去做每一件事，今年有一个好心情每天，快乐等等.感谢这个春节，它使我们的家庭团聚.我们享受自己在新的一年里我们的战斗.
New Year celebrations is a grand event of China. New Year festivities lasts for one month in China. Chinese New Year is also called Spring festival. It begins from the middle of the last month of the year and ends up in the first month of New Year celebrations is a grand event of China. New Year festivities lasts for one month in China. Chinese New Year is also called Spring festival. It begins from the middle of the last month of the year and ends up in the first month of the new year. These last day celebrations in China is called Lantern Festival.History of Chinese New Year 追溯历史：名叫“年”的怪兽Chinese New Year has a very interesting and unique history. According to the Chinese legends, there was a giant beast Nian who used to swallow humans in a single bite. Relief from the horrifying beast came only when people realized that Nian was scared of red color and loud noises. They started bursting crackers and used red color to scare the beast. Since then, this day was named as GuNian meaning ＂Pass over the Nian＂. Chinese considered the day an auspicious one as it brought new life for them and celebrated it as a New Year.Chinese New Year Dates 农历新年，年年不同Chinese New Year falls on a different date every year. Chinese calendar is a combination of solar and lunar calendar. Chinese New Year falls on second new moon after the winter solstice（冬至）. Chinese calendar has a 12 year cycle and each year is named after animal. Chinese believe that every person resembles an animal and this reflects their traits. Year 2006 was the Year of the Dog. People born on this date are said to be very loyal and trustworthy.Chinese New Year Celebrations 新年找乐，日日不同Lot of excitement can be seen in the last 15 days of New Year celebrations. Every day has a special importance to it. Chinese ritualize and celebrate each day in a customary manner. Given below are the line wise celebrations of the New Year in China：年初一：祭拜天地Day 1: People began their day by offering prayers and welcome the gods of heaven and earth. Most of the people stay away from meat to ensure healthy living.年初二：狗狗过生日Day 2: Successively, prayers are offer to their ancestors and other gods. Chinese are strict care-taker of dogs and feed them well. This is day is considered to be the birthday of all dogs.初三初四：走亲访友，媳妇回娘家Day 3 and 4: These are very important days for the families to keep up their relations. It calls for every son-in-law to pay respect to their parents-in-law.年初五：“破五”祭财神Day 5: According to the traditions, nobody visits friends and relatives houses as it would bring bad omen. They stay back home to worship the God of wealth. The day is called Po Woo.年初六：百无禁忌，出门活动筋骨Day 6: On this day, people freely meet their near and dear ones and even visit nearby temples to pray for their well being and high spirits.年初七：吃面条，祝长寿Day 7: This is Chinese farmers' day. They display their backbreaking produce. They also prepare a drink from seven different types of vegetables. On this day, everybody eats noodles which is a symbol of long life and fish representing success.年初八：凌晨拜天公Day 8: It's an other day to be celebrated with the family and friends. They also offer midnight prayers to Tian Gong, the God of Heaven.年初九：玉皇大帝登场Day 9: Prayers are offered to Jade Emperor.初十、十一、十二、十三：大吃大喝，最后记得回归清淡Days 10 to 13: From 10 to 12, people celebrate the days by having sumptuous dinner with the loved ones and the 13th day is left for a very light dinner to cleanse the system.年十四：准备闹元宵Day 14: People start preparing for the celebration of Lantern Festival to be held on next day.年十五：吃元宵看灯火Day 15: Since it is the first night to see full moon, people hang out colorful lanterns, eat glutinous rice balls and enjoy the day with their families.O（∩_∩）O谢谢采纳
The Lunar New YearThe Lunar New Year is a great occasion to the Chinese people. It lasts about the first four days of the year, during which people do not work except for the workers on duty. Students do not go to school, and shops are closed. Several days before the new year, people begin to prepare. Farmers kill pigs, sheep, cocks and hens. City dwellers buy meat fish and vegetables. Houses are cleaned; couplets are posted on the doors. Colourful lanterns are hung at the gate. On the eve of the new year, each family has its members gatherd together and eats a family reunion dinner. After the meal they watch TV until the clock strickes twelve. Then every family sets off long strings of small firecrackers and other fire works to welcome the new year. On the first day of the new year, almost everyone is dressed in his or her best. When people meet on the way, they say to each other “Happy New Year”。
Friends and relatives pay new year calls and gives presents to each other. Children indulge themselves in games.[参考译文] 阴历新年 阴历新年对中国人来说是个很重要的节日。
the Chinese Spring Festival Far and away the most important holiday in China is Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year. To the Chinese people it is as important as Christmas to people in the West. The dates for this annual celebration are determined by the lunar calendar rather than the GREgorian calendar, so the timing of the holiday varies from late January to early February. To the ordinary Chinese, the festival actually begins on the eve of the lunar New Year's Day and ends on the fifth day of the first month of the lunar calendar. But the 15th of the first month, which normally is called the Lantern Festival, means the official end of the Spring Festival in many parts of the country. Spring Festival is the most importantand popular festival in China.Before Spring Festival ,the people usually clean and decorate their houses.And they go to the Flower Fairs to buy some flowers.During Spring Festival ,the adults usually give lucky money to children.People often get together and have a big meal.Some people eat dumpling for dinner.春节 很久以前，中国历史上最重要的节日是春节，而且据说是中国的新年。
Spring Festival is the most important festival in China .It's to celebrate the lunar calendar 's new year .In the evening before the Spring Festival ,families get together and have a big meal .In many places people like to set off firecrackers .Dumplings are the most traditional food .Children like the festival very much ,because they can have delicious food and wear new clothes .They can also get some money from their parents. This money is given to children for good luck . People put New Year scrolls on the wall for good fortune .The Spring Festival lasts about 15 days long .People visit relatives and friends with the words “Have all your wishes ”. People enjoy the Spring Festival ,during this time they can have a good rest .
关于 春节 的英语作文
小孩子呢收到压岁钱作为新年的一份礼物！ Spring Festival day that the families get together. Chinese people most like the Spring Festival.The spring festival is usually in the February ,.In the spring festival,every family all paste the lucky, Spring Festival couplets and they fire the cracker,they eat the dumplings, we are have make dumplings it,is very delious .playing fireworks in the open air. My brother and I played fireworks on that day. We had many fireworks.. the families get together to have the new year's dinner,wish each other,talk about the wishes about the new year.Small I hope make progress in study and everyone in families happy. we are receive the money given to them as a lunar new year gift.l like it very much.
The Spring Festival is the most important festival in China. In the Spring Festival, all family members will get together, just like Chirstmas in the West. Its origin is ancient, but many believe the word Nian, which means ＂year＂, was the name of a beast that preyed on people on the eve of a new year. During the Spring Festival,we can eat a lot of delicious food, and the food is different from some different places. For example,The northerners eat Jiao Zi, but southerners like to eat Nian Gao, which translates to ＂New Year Cake＂. In Chinese, Nian Gao is a homonym for high. In addition, there are also have many customs, such as saul dust, lucky money, pictures, spring couplet, shousui and so on.Children love Spring Festival because they can receive red packet! And they can also light firecrachkers. Lighting Firecrackers used to be one of the most important customs in the Spring Festival celebration. All in all, the Chinese New Year is traditional festival that China is rich with most the special features.It symbolizes the lunar calendar for old year to end. New year has already start.The people will take leave cold monotonous of winter, greet the organic full of life spring. 春节是中国最重要的节日之一。
Chinese New Year FestivalChinese New Year is the most important festival of China. It falls in February or March of the year. Before the New Year comes, people used to clean their house, buy food for meals, and paste / hang couplets to decorate the house. On the New Year Eve, people play fire-crackers to celebrate. And in the evening, the whole family will gather and enjoy a delicious dinner together, and watch Spring Festival Gala Show on TV. People will stay late in the new year eve to await the coming of the New Year. Last but not least, kids will receive lucky money from parents and relatives !
春节前人们要打扫卫生，迎接新年到来.在外地的家人都要赶回家与家人团圆，除夕夜吃团年饭，春节期间走亲访友或打电话发短信拜年，相信你们的圣诞节也会这样丰富吧！有机会你也来我们中国来玩吧！Mary wrote to pen pals in an E-mail,hello.Mary, I will let you know about Chinese New Year, Spring Festival is the most important holiday. People want to clean up before the Spring Festival to welcome the New Year. In the field have to hurry back home to his family reunited with their families, New Year's Eve to eat Nian Fan group, visiting relatives and friends during the Spring Festival, or send text messages to call New Year's, I believe that your Christmas will be In this rich bar!You also have the opportunity to come to our Chinese Wan Ba!