Asian new year traditions
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Each member of the family would kneel in respect before the ancestral tablets, symbols of many past generations, all the spirits of whom some families believed were in attendance that night. To reconcile the differences in lunar measurement with the solar year of four full seasons, one intercalary, or extra month was added every two or three years. Small year is the 23th or 24th of the last month of the year. Kitchen work and sewing are avoided because use of knives, scissors, needles, and other sharp objects is strictly discouraged. Sending the Kitchen God off to heaven was a matter deserving special attention. Fireworks are used to drive away the evil in China.
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Chinese New Year Celebrations 2019
These colorful woodblock prints included portraits of the Kitchen God, to replace the one ritually burned, and favorite scenes from old stories and legends. As the old year draws to a close, there is a tendency to want to tie up loose ends, to put things in order in anticipation of beginning the new year with a fresh start and a clean slate. The beginning date of each solar and mid-solar term is determined by the position of the sun in one of the 12 signs of the zodiac , which in Chinese are represented by animals e. For those who cannot afford to settle accounts at this time, the pre-holiday season may be spent evading creditors. In contemporary China, many parents take their children on outings to the park, the zoo, or the movies. Originally published in , rpt.
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The lunar new year
The majority of Chinese will have New Year's Eve dinner at home instead of a restaurant. Some Cantonese once believed it risky to visit friends on the second day because they feared that the slightest disagreement might portend a year full of arguments. The Lunar New Year For Chinese, in China and in ethnic communities around the world, the lunar new year is the most important and most festive holiday of the year. The calendar says it is time for the first rains of the year, and fields must be readied. In the days after the new year, it is common to make pilgrimages to temples, especially nowadays for residents of Hong Kong. According to tales and legends, there was a mythical beast named the "Year".
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