On the other hand, Chinese New Year which is the celebration of the Tionghoa ethnic, could be celebrated in the public places after the year of 2000 due to the President Abdurahman Wachid’s governmental system. That wise governmental rule had been the happiness for all Tionghoa families, especially my family. My family comes from the Tionghoa ethnic without any combinations from the other ethnics. Therefore, in order to actualize the Chinese tradition, the Chinese New Year would always be celebrated happily in my big family. As I know, during the Chinese New Year, most of the Tionghoa families would celebrate this special celebration from the day before the Chinese New Year celebration until the fifteen days after Chinese New Year celebration.
Secret solstice festival Reykjavik, Iceland is the most unique celebration around the globe. Crowd from all countries of the world gather at Reykjavik to celebrate the profound and magical midnight sun view. The music, dances, shows, and performances make the event full of joy and entertainment. It is a 96 hours straight sun light celebration in Reykjavik. Sunrise at Stonehenge Sun light directly hits the Northern Hemisphere, because of the axial tilt of earth and because of being on the farthest position from sun.
The first reason why New Years Eve and the Fourth of July are very similar, would be because copious amounts of people get hyped for the magnificent firework displays. On average, around $675 million is the expected total of consumer sales, for fireworks in the United States when it comes to be the Fourth of July. Which soon leads to an average 285.3 million pounds of fireworks used for the independence of our country every year(The Number)! Yes, we all know that the Fourth of July is known for its crazy fireworks, but even more so, New Years is well known for their firework displays at the stroke of midnight. We’re not just talking about the United States when it comes to fireworks on New Years Eve, either.
And the idea is, of course, correct. But remember that the European New Year - this is one and the east - is quite another. (46 words) As in many Asian countries, Vietnam manages the lunar new year. It is necessary, it is usually the end of January - on the first day of the first lunar month in the first season of the new year on the lunar calendar (this year - 29 January 2006), and is celebrated for four days. New Year is called Tet Nguyen Dan (Feast of the First Day) or Tet Nguyen There (Feast of the first three).
Traditional Chinese Festivals As you know, China has been a great power since the Antiquity, and not only economically speaking, but also historical. China creates an entire bouquet of oriental traditions that are still respected and eagerly expected even in the present. Here are some of the most relevant examples: Spring Festival In China, the most important holiday is the Spring Festival. In this period of time people around the country come back home and for a half of month the transportation systems are very busy. Mostly, this festival represents what Christmas is for the people in the West and just like our Christmas, the Spring Festival starts annually at the begging of the 12th month of the year and it lasts until the middle of the first month, next year.
Even the dates of observation were different. The Babylonians celebrated the new year's eve on the first new moon that followed the vernal equinox. This was the day that appeared in the third or fourth week in March. During this time, the day and the night were equal. According to the earliest recording, the Babylonians had the culture of celebrating new year for 11 days.
Chinese New Year; otherwise known as the spring festival, is the 15 day celebration which follows the movements of the lunar and solar calendar dating back to more than 4,000 years of history. The first day of the festivity begins on the darkest day and ends with the full moon, thus every year it falls on a different date. Chinese New Year associates the idea of good fortune, and traditional superstitions which were generally made to ward off evil spirits; but also to mark an advent of spring blossoming and to strengthen the ties of family unity. The last of 15 days is celebrated with the cultural lantern festival; the night of the full moon after a two-week long period. Every temple and household are alight during this night.
The highest monthly rainfall total, 296 mm (12 cm), occurs in August. The Kumbh Mela takes place in an roughly 4x8km area on the flood plain of the Yamuna and Ganga river and on military land at the far side of the old Kila at Allahabad (generallyly called as parade grounds). As per the investigation of Economic Times, calculated value of the Kumbh Mela 2013, was 15000crore rupees, and appropriate number of migratories is 10 crores. Mauni Amavasya traditionally evoked the biggest crowds at the fair, held here every 12 years. 10 Feb 2013 was the biggest bathing event at the Maha Kumbh Mela and certainly the biggest human meeting on one day.
Festival reflects role of market forces Singles ' Day is the first shopping festival created by market forces since China 's reform and opening-up. It not only has a strong influence in China, but is now astounding the whole world. Millions of technicians, salespeople and thousands of millions of customers have involved in the event, establishing an interactive commercial system. This is a new phenomenon and also a test of China 's comprehensive management. Yet the e-commerce companies have performed very well so far.
——Chinese New Year in Chinese and English Chinese New Year中国新年Zhōnɡ Guó Xīn Nián Spring Festival 春节 Chūn Jiē ——when Chinese New Year is celebrated The day is on the first day of the Lunar New Year(农历正月初一). Generally the celebrations traditionally lasts for about 23 days, run from 小年，Dec 24(In Southern China) or Dec 23(小年) to the on to the 15th day(Lantern Festival) of the first lunar month in the following year in Chinese calendar, making it one of the longest celebrated festival. ——the legend or story behind the origin of Chinese New Year The Chinese meaning of Spring festival is Guo Nian. Guo means "pass over" and Nian means "year." The origins of the Chinese New Year festival are thousands of years old and are steeped in legends but it is unclear when the beginning of the year was celebrated before the Qin Dynasty.