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What is new year's greeting on the second day of junior high school

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

with the continuous updating of everyone's concept and the continuous progress of the times, the Spring Festival has been given more and more meaning. Every Chinese people especially like the arrival of the Spring Festival, because at this time, they can see their long missed relatives and friends. So at this time, people also need to pay attention to the stress of the Spring Festival, especially the new year.

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what do you say about new year's greetings? In fact, new year's greetings are a traditional custom among Chinese people and a way for people to leave the old and welcome the new year and express good wishes to each other. In ancient times, the original meaning of the word "New Year's greetings" was to celebrate the new year for the elderly, including kowtowing to the elderly, congratulating the happy new year, greeting life and so on. In case of relatives and friends of the same generation, we should also give gifts and congratulations. With the development of the times, the custom of paying New Year's greetings has been adding new contents and forms. In addition to following the previous New Year's greetings, there are also various ways of etiquette telegraph New Year's greetings, telephone New Year's greetings, SMS New Year's greetings, network new year's greetings and so on. Generally speaking, the time for paying New Year's greetings is generally from the first day to the fifth day of the first lunar month. Visiting relatives and friends after the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month is mostly regarded as paying respects to the early years, while visiting relatives and friends after the fifth day of the first lunar month and before the fifteenth day of the first lunar month is regarded as paying respects to the later years. Early and old age are emergency or remedial to avoid regret. There is a folk proverb: it is not too late to pay a new year's call.

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why do we pay New Year's greetings on the second day of the first lunar month? The second day of the first lunar month is also called "the beginning of the new year". From this day on, people will take some food and gifts to visit relatives and friends. In terms of eating customs, at noon on the second day of the first lunar month, the whole family will get together for dinner, and this meal is called "New Year's meal". This meal has various types and auspicious meanings. Moreover, the second day of the Lunar New Year is the day when the married daughter returns to her mother's house to pay New Year's greetings with her husband and children, which is a very important custom and tradition. The daughter returning to her mother's house also needs to bring some gifts and red envelopes to give to her parents' elders and children, and have lunch at her mother's house. In northern China, there is a tradition of sacrificing the God of wealth on the second day of the first lunar month. On this day, both shops and ordinary families will hold activities to worship the God of wealth. This is to worship the God of wealth on New Year's Eve and hope to be rich in the new year.

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