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The Lantern Festival , also known as the First Lantern Festival, the Little Zhengyue, the Lantern Festival, or the Lantern Festival. The 15th day of the first year of the Lantern Festival is designated as the Lantern Festival. It is the first important festival after the Spring Festival. One of the traditional Chinese festivals. The first month is the first lunar month of the lunar calendar. The ancients called the night "Xiao", so the 15th day of the first month of the year is called the Lantern Festival. The Lantern Festival is also known as the "Shang Yuan Festival", the Shang Yuan Festival, and the Lantern Festival.
Traditional customs go out to watch the moon, light the flames, guess the lantern riddles, eat the Lantern Festival together, and pull the rabbit lights. In addition, in many places, traditional folk performances such as playing dragon lanterns, playing lions, stepping on stilts, rowing boats, twisting Yangge, and playing Taiping drums were added. It is said that the Lantern Festival originated in the Qin Dynasty more than 2,000 years ago. In the period of Emperor Hanwu, the ritual of sacrificing "Taiyi" in Ganquan Palace on the first night of the first day of Hanwu Emperor was regarded by the posterity as the prelude to the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. Ordered the fifteenth day of the first month as the Lantern Festival, and the Lantern Festival has been circulating as the first important festival since the Spring Festival. The main activities of the Lantern Festival are eating dumplings, watching the moon, watching lanterns, and guessing lantern riddles in the evening.
On the occasion of the Lantern Festival, all staff of Xinxin Wulian bring sincere blessings, wish our friends happy every day, wish our friends a colorful life; wish our friends a prosperous career, wish our friends a prosperous business, and wish our friends A bright future and a happy Lantern Festival!
February 10, 2017