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Lidong's activities the origin of Lidong eating dumplings

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

in the old days, people regarded the "four stands" very important, including the beginning of spring, summer, autumn and winter, because they represented the beginning of each season and reflected climate change. When time flows to the last one, what customs do we have to deal with? Let's feel the characteristics of this season through the food we often eat in Lidong.

立冬的活动 立冬吃饺子的由来

winter activities

1. Welcome to winter: the ancient emperor led his officials to the suburbs to hold relevant ceremonies. Today, it has evolved into ancestor worship activities to pray for a good harvest in the coming year.

2. Eating sugarcane: in Chaoshan area, sugarcane is popular on festival day, which means to protect teeth and tonic in winter.

3. Winter worship: in the old days, people put on new clothes and went out to greet and congratulate each other. There were also teacher worship rituals on this day.

4. Swimming: in Harbin, Heilongjiang, Shangqiu, Henan, Yichun, Jiangxi, Wuhan, Hubei and other places, on the day of the beginning of winter, winter swimmers used winter swimming to welcome the arrival of winter. Many people watched and the scene was very lively.

the origin of eating dumplings

literally means "when giving birth", that is, the food eaten at the intersection of autumn and winter. However, there is another legend that during the Eastern Han Dynasty, Zhang Zhongjing passed Nanyang Dongguan on his way back to his hometown. He saw that the locals were yellow and skinny and frozen. Therefore, he set up a medical shed and cooked some dumplings for everyone. It was not called this name at that time, only because the food was very like ears, and the frozen ears were cured after eating, so people called it "jiao'er", which gradually turned into dumplings and gradually evolved into a custom. It not only meant to prevent cold and tonic, but also hoped that the whole family would be safe and healthy.

what are the proverbs of

① plant peas at the beginning of winter, one bucket for another.

② pick pepper at the beginning of autumn, beat walnuts with white dew, drop persimmons with frost, and eat soft jujubes at the beginning of winter.

③ the Double Ninth Festival has no rain. Look at the winter solstice. There is no rain in the winter solstice.

④ there is wind in winter and rain in spring; The winter solstice is windy and the summer solstice is rainy.

⑤ falling rain at the beginning of winter will rot the winter and eat all the firewood and rice.

⑥ frost pickled cabbage. The beginning of winter does not make cattle.

⑦ there is a heavy fog on the day of the beginning of winter, and the winter water field points pineapples.

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