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Xin Qiji

thousands of trees bloom in the east wind night. More blowing, stars like rain. BMW carved cars are all over the road. The sound of the Phoenix flute moves, the light of the jade pot turns, and the fish and Dragons dance all night

moth snow willow golden thread. The laughter is full of fragrance. But in the crowd once and again, I look for her in vain. Suddenly looking back, the man was in the dim light


like the east wind blowing away thousands of trees and flowers, it blows fireworks one after another, falling like rain. The luxurious carriage is full of fragrance. The melodious Phoenix flute echoed everywhere, the bright moon like a jade pot gradually tilted westward, and the fish and dragon lanterns danced and laughed loudly all night

the beauties wore bright ornaments on their heads, and walked with the crowd with laughter and fragrance. I looked for her thousands of times in the crowd, suddenly turned around, and inadvertently found her in the scattered lights

Lantern Festival

lanterns are hung on the Lantern Festival. The Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month, also known as "Shangyuan Festival", is a traditional Chinese folk festival. The first month is the first month of the lunar calendar. The ancients called it "Xiao", and the 15th day is the first full moon night of the year, so it is called the Lantern Festival. Also known as the little first month, new year's Eve or Lantern Festival, it is the first important festival after the Spring Festival. China has a vast territory and a long history, so the customs of the Lantern Festival are different all over the country. Among them, eating Lantern Festival, appreciating lanterns, dragon dance, lion dance and so on are several important folk customs of the Lantern Festival

originated in the period of Emperor Wen of the Han Dynasty and has a history of more than 2000 years. From the perspective of Chinese traditional spring festival culture, the Lantern Festival is an important part of the Spring Festival. The custom of Spring Festival in ancient China lasted for one and a half months. The long Spring Festival went through three stages: preparing for the new year, celebrating the new year, and congratulating the new year. The spring festival began on the 20th day of the twelfth lunar month, and began to enter the Spring Festival until the Lantern Festival was held on the fifteenth day of the first month. If the trilogy movement is compared, the Lantern Festival, which is at the end of the new year, is the climax of the Chinese Spring Festival trilogy

folk custom

eating Yuanxiao

eating Yuanxiao on the fifteenth day of the first month, "Yuanxiao" as a food has a long history in China. In the Song Dynasty, a novel food for the Lantern Festival was popular among the people. This kind of food was first called "fuyuanzi" and later "Yuanxiao". Businessmen also called it "Yuanbao". Lantern Festival is " Tangyuan " White sugar, rose, sesame, bean paste, cinnamon, walnut kernel, nut kernel, jujube paste, etc. are used as fillings, wrapped with glutinous rice powder into a circle, which can be meat or vegetable, with different flavors. It can be boiled, fried and steamed, which means a happy reunion. Shaanxi dumplings are not wrapped, but in glutinous rice flour " Roll "e; Cooked, or boiled or fried, hot, round and round


the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar is the "Lantern Festival", which is also known as the Lantern Festival because of the folk customs of hanging, playing and watching lanterns

The Lantern Festival is a traditional festival custom, which began in the Western Han Dynasty and flourished in the Sui and Tang Dynasties. After the Sui and Tang Dynasties, the wind of lights prevailed in all dynasties and was passed down to future generations. The 15th day of the first month is the climax of the annual fireworks display. Therefore, the Lantern Festival is also called "Lantern Festival". In the county level of Shanxi Province, even in villages and towns, these residential areas and bustling areas, before the arrival of the fifteenth day of the first month, the streets are full of lanterns, with flowers everywhere, and the lights flickering, reaching a climax in the evening of the fifteenth day of the first month

guessing lantern riddles

guessing lantern riddles, also known as playing lantern riddles, is a unique form of traditional folk cultural and recreational activities with national style in China. It is a characteristic activity of the Lantern Festival that has been circulating since ancient times. On the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar, traditional folk people hang lanterns and set off fireworks. Later, good people write riddles on paper and stick them on colorful lanterns for people to guess. Because riddles can inspire wisdom and cater to the festive atmosphere, many people responded, and then riddles have gradually become an indispensable program of the Lantern Festival. Lantern riddles add a festive atmosphere and show the intelligence and wisdom of the ancient working people and their longing for a better life

playing Dragon Lantern

also known as dragon lantern dance or dragon dance. Its origin can be traced back to ancient times. It is said that as early as the Yellow Emperor's time, in a large song and dance of "qingjiao", the image of the leading bird played by people appeared, and then six dragons were arranged to dance with each other. The Dragon Dance found in written records is the Xijing Fu by Zhang Heng of the Han Dynasty. The author vividly describes the dragon dance in the narration of hundreds of operas. According to suishu musicology, Huanglong Bian, a dragon dance performance similar to that of the hundred operas performed by Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty, was also very wonderful, and dragon dance was popular in many parts of China. The Chinese nation worships dragons and regards them as auspicious symbols

lion dance

lion dance is an excellent folk art in China. People come to celebrate the Lantern Festival or gatherings with lion dance. This custom originated in the Three Kingdoms period and became popular in the northern and Southern Dynasties. It has a history of more than 1000 years

"Lion Dance" began in the Wei and Jin Dynasties and flourished in the Tang Dynasty. It is also known as "Lion Dance" and "taipingle". It is generally completed by three people. Two people dress up as lions, one as the lion's head, one as the lion's body and hind feet, and the other as the lion's Guide. The dance method is divided into civil and martial arts. The civil dance shows the tameness of the lion, including shaking hair, rolling and other actions. The martial lion shows the ferocity of the lion, including jumping, pedaling, rolling ball and other actions

walking on stilts

is a popular folk art performance. Stilts originally belonged to one of the hundred operas in ancient China, which had appeared as early as the spring and Autumn period. The earliest introduction of stilts in China is Liezi Shufu: "those who have LAN Zi in Song Dynasty use their skills to dry the song and Yuan Dynasties. Song and Yuan Dynasties call them to see their skills.

the Lantern Festival emphasizes the" celebration of the whole world ". The Lantern Festival is regarded as the last climax of the Spring Festival, because after this day, people will really enter the production and life of the new year, so people celebrate the Lantern Festival throughout the country to pray for God to bless the good weather and harvest in the coming year, which also expresses people's good expectations for the new year

happy Lantern Festival





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