Today is the Qingming Festival, one of the four traditional festivals in China.
The Qingming Festival, also known as the Green Festival, the Qing Festival, the March Festival, the Ancestor Festival, the festival is the intersection of Zhongchun and Hunchun. Qingming has both natural and humanistic connotations, which are both natural and traditional festivals. The Qingming Festival is a traditional major spring festival festival. It is a fine tradition of the Chinese nation for thousands of years. It is not only conducive to promoting filial piety, awakening family memory, but also promoting the cohesiveness and identity of family members and even the nation. sense. The Qingming Festival integrates the natural solar terms with the humanities and customs. It is the unity of the heavens and the earth, fully embodying the harmonious integration of the ancestors of the Chinese nation in pursuit of “the heavens, the earth and the people”, paying attention to the natural conditions and following the laws of nature. thought of. The festivals of the Qingming Festival are rich, and the worship of the tombs and the outings of the Qing Dynasty are the two major rituals of the Qingming Festival. These two traditional ritual customs have been passed down from ancient times in China and have not been embarrassed.
Qingming is an ancient festival of the Chinese nation. It is not only a solemn festival for sweeping the tombs, but also a festive festival where people are close to nature, play and enjoy spring fun. The Qingming Festival is generally around the 5th of the Gregorian calendar, the 15th day after the spring equinox. At this time, the life is full of vitality, the yin is declining, everything is “spit and new”, and the earth presents the image of spring and Jingming. It is a good time for the youth to walk and go to the grave tomb in the suburbs. The Qingming Festival is very long. There are two kinds of statements after 8 days before the 8th and 10th after the 10th. This is the Qingming Festival.
The Qingming Festival and the Spring Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival and the Mid-Autumn Festival are also known as the four traditional festivals in China. In addition to China, there are still some countries and regions in the world that have also passed Qingming Festival, such as Vietnam, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, etc. The Qingming Festival in these countries has similarities and differences with Chinese traditions. On May 20, 2006, the Qingming Festival declared by the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China was approved by the State Council to be included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage.