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superman Published the article • 0 comments • 99 views • 2019-02-05 22:21
In Chinese luna Canlendar, the last day of the "Year" is called "New Year's Eve." It is connected with the end of the new year, which is called "the end of the year, the connection of the next year," is the eve of the new year, is the important time junction of the old and new.
In the hearts of Chinese people, it has special significance. On the most important day of the year, the wandering and far-away wanderers are also rushing home to reunite with their families. They are retired in the sound of firecrackers, and the fireworks are full of spring.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 105 views • 2019-02-05 22:16
Preparation for the Spring Festival should be completed today, the day before New Year's Eve. Worshipping ancestors is also a major event on this day, by which people express their gratitude and yearning for their ancestors during the important festival.
In addition to preparing for the various food and clothing in the festival, there is also an extremely important activity, "Going to the grave to ancestors."
The worship of ancestors has a long history in China. Death is not only an important symbol of filial piety, but also a virtue of respecting the elderly and respecting the elderly. Therefore, every festival, people must pay tribute to the ancestors. This is not only a kind of comfort to the ancestors, but also the gratitude and thoughts of future generations.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 93 views • 2019-02-05 22:11
The folk song said: "28th December in Chinese Luna Calendar, prepare the Chinese cake and paste paper-cutting on the windows."
In old days, people need prepare the New Year food in advance. Chinese cake is good for keep in the kitchen during New Year festival and another reason is people will not use fire to cook food in the first 5 days of New Year. Chinese cake is good food to eat that time.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 108 views • 2019-01-31 11:46
The folk song said: "27th December in Chinese Luna Calendar, rush to the big market and prepare chicken meat."
The big market on this day is different than other time of the year, people mainly buy the goods for festival, such as firecrackers, spring couplets, incense sticks, burning paper, gifts for children, etc. On this day, the markets in each place are very busy and hot.
Nowadays, in big city, it's hard to find big market now. But people still need to prepare the goods for festival, so we go to supermarket to prepare everything.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 125 views • 2019-01-31 11:32
The folk song said: "25th December in Chinese Luna Calendar, preparing the food of pork", said that this day is mainly preparing for the meat of the New Year.
In the old time, the richer family raising pigs themselves, so the prepare porks from their pigs, but for poor family, they need to buy the pork in market.
Putting the "pork preparing" into the New Year's Eve is because in the old time, the farming society is not developed well, and people can only eat meat in the annual festival. Therefore, it is called "year meat."
Nowadays, in the morden life of big city, each family can buy the meat from market easily and fresh. No one need to raising pigs for a whole year.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 100 views • 2019-01-31 11:21
The folk song said: "25th December in Chinese Luna Calendar, push the mill to make tofu." Because the tofu is similar to the "richest" sound, it was placed in the hope of "rich" in the New Year. Speaking of "grinding tofu" is actually the beginning of people preparing for the "new year" during the Spring Festival. In addition to grinding tofu, this day's customs are: pick up the jade emperor, chasing the age, according to the field silkworm, Qianduan Festival... Come and see with Xiaobian!
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 137 views • 2019-01-31 10:58
On 24th December in Chinese Luna Calendar, every family cleans their house. Nowadays, people wash the curtains, carpets, wipe clean all the furnitures.
Dust sweeping has the meaning of expelling the disease and praying for the happiness of the new year. It also has a new emotional desire in addition to "Chen" (dust), which conveys the signal of the busy for the New Year. This custom reflects the Chinese people's love of cleanliness and health, and it has placed people's good expectations and people still maintains this traditional activity now.
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 82 views • 2019-01-29 23:32
People who are living in Beijing are like winter sport, such as ski, skate, etc. Here are Top 5 ski resort in Beijing.
1. Nanshan Ski Village
One of the largest and most beautiful resorts around Beijing, going to this ski resort is also a one-of-a-kind trip. Sightseeing of different parts of the Great Wall of China, Chateau Changyu AFIP Global Beijing, and Chunhuiyuan Hotspring Resort, are several tourist destinations that you would pass by going to this ski resort.
This ski village is mainly marketed for the young skiers to enjoy. It boasts a total of trails for beginners, intermediate, and advanced skiers. It is also famous for the Off Piste or a tree run, and a seasonal toboggan run which is 1318 meters long and was imported from Germany. It is also preferred by a lot of skiers because of the famous Nanshan Mellow Park, which is the first advanced train in China.
This ski resort has snowsuits and ski rentals, as well as snowboarding equipment. They also offer skiing and snowboarding lessons for groups and individuals.
Location: Miyun County
Operational hours: Mon-Sun Day Ski: 8:45am–5:30pm
Entrance fee: Starts at RMB 120/2 hours
2. Shijinglong Ski Resort
Shijinglong Ski Resort is the very first ever ski resort built around Beijing. It is loved and frequented by loyal skiers, and is known to be one of the most beautiful ski resorts in the city. Its location is 80km north of Beijing city center, making the destination not so hard to go to.
The slopes of this resort offer a different skiing experience as skiers face the sun while skiing down the slopes. There are different 6 ski trails, and one advanced trail with 1000 meters run and a drop of 300 meters, two intermediate trails, each is 800 meters long with a drop of 135 meters, and 3 beginners trail.
Location: Yanquing County
Operational hours: Mon-Sun Day Ski: 8:00am–6:00pm
Entrance fee: Starts at RMB 120/2hrs
3. Huaibei International Ski Resort
Promises to be the most beautiful ski resort in Beijing, this ski resort is surrounded by the Great Wall on its three sides. It has 7 ski trails, 1 expert trail, 3 intermediate trails, and 4 beginners trail. Snowboarding can also be done at this resort. There are coaches available by the hour for both skiing and snowboarding for all ages.
Location: Huairou District
Operational hours: Mon-Sun Day 8:00am –10:00pm
Entrance fee: Starts at RMB 60/hour
4. Jundushan Ski Resort
Located on the south slopes of Jundushan Mountain, this ski resort is very near the Ming Tombs, Juyongguan Great Wall and Badaling Great Wall, a hot spring and a spa resort. This ski resort is known for leisure skiing and is popular with tourists due to its proximity to other ski resorts.
It has 5 major ski trails, two beginners trail with 380 meters long run, two intermediate trails which are 530 meters and 380 meters run, and one advanced trail which is 1,200 meters long. It also has a ski school where anyone can learn ski tricks.
Location: Changping District
Operational hours: Mon-Sun Day Ski: 8:00-6:00, Night Ski 5:00-10:00
Entrance fee: RMB 20/person without skiing time
5. Qiaobo Ice and Snow World
The first and only indoor ski resort in Beijing. This ski resort has a 260-meter long run and a 150-meter bunny slope, which are both perfect for beginners and first-timers.
Location: Shunan Lu, Shunyi District
Operational hours: Mon-Sun 9am — 1pm
Entrance fee: No entrance fee
superman Published the article • 0 comments • 92 views • 2019-01-29 17:45
Sacrifice to the kitchen god at 23rd December in Chinese Luna Calander, is a traditional custom that has a great influence on the Chinese people and is widely spread. The kitchen god that was enshrined in ancient China is the god of fire. In ancient times, the ancestors lived a day without a fire. Later, people will use the fire to enjoy more delicious food, so since ancient times, people have a sense of sacred awe for fire and Vulcan.
On that day, first of all, people will find a best place for sacrifice. The kitchen god Image will bu put in the north or east of Kitchen, Secondly, people prepare sugar for kitchen god,
In the evening of that day, put the food, sugar in front of the god, and share the wine to the god, then pray. After that, people share the wine for second time, and third time.
People burned all those thing together with the god horse and the money. The representative lead the god back to heaven and the ceremony was successfully completed.