The Life Wisdom of Chinese People

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It was a night with a full moon, and Zhu Pin racked his brains to figure out the spelling of Chinese characters. Now he is not tired. He strolled through the white courtyard of the Cantonese Guild Hall, bathed in the silvery moonlight, his thoughts flying back to his own home. A poem that his father taught him lingered in his mind again. The moonlight in front of the bed is suspected to be frost on the ground. Raise your head and look at the bright moon, bow your head and think of your hometown. This is a poem by Li Bai. When Zhu Pin read it out in Chinese, he felt that he was a complete Chinese. Suddenly, the pure magical power of Chinese phonetics and language-unparalleled simplicity-conquered him. He doesn't know why it happened. The simple pronunciation and the tone of the words make Chinese so unique. At this time, he saw the graceful beauty of Chinese, and he was eager to know more. www。 xiaoshuotxt.c o m IV. Chinese festivals Small-say-t-xt-day. Don Zhu Pin soon understood that ordinary Chinese people never lack festivals. These festivals often celebrate the changing seasons or worship ancestors. In ancient China, these festivals replaced Saturday rest days in the Western world. Because there is no concept of weeks in Chinese life, it is these festivals that become an opportunity for Chinese people to get away from work and relax, rest and play. Because the ancient Chinese calendar was based on the lunar calendar (it was only after the beginning of the Republic that China began to use the Western calendar), festivals came on different days in each year. The Chinese lunar year has a month of 29 or 30 days, so the 15th day of the month is always a full moon. There are only 354 days in 12 months, less than the Gregorian calendar year,Cantilever Storage rack, so a special month is needed to make up for it after the year. Astronomers in the old empire knew very well that the solar year had 365 days, but the peasant almanac was based on the solar calendar. They can always give a suitable date for Winter Solstice or Summer Solstice, "Beginning of Autumn" or "the arrival of harvest season". These seasonal days used by farmers basically correspond to the Western calendar. The Chinese calculate time according to the solar and lunar calendars, but festivals were and are based on the lunar calendar. The New Year celebration, which takes place between January 21 and February 19,Pallet rack upright, is probably the most important holiday for Chinese people. Chinese New Year's Eve night is when all debts of the past year are written off. The time of celebration was spent in feasts and visits. Those blessings are offered to ancestors, parents and friends. Every member of the family will be one year older next year. According to the old Chinese custom, a child is one year old at birth and two years old after the first New Year. This is the general wish of the Chinese people, to be older, older, to be as old as possible at the age of 60, 70, 80. On the last 10 days of the year, the Kitchen God should return to heaven to report on the performance of each family member during the year. Zhu Pin knew this festival was a few days before the New Year, when he came home from school and found a kitchen God with his mouth wide open in the kitchen. The Kitchen God is printed on a red paper. Someone also applied thick paste around his mouth. "Zhu asked the cook about the meaning of the picture." He is the Kitchen God, and today he will return to the heavenly court for a 10-day vacation and report to the Jade Emperor what we have done in the past year. "Who put paste on his mouth?" "I wiped it. Now he can't speak." She chuckled, heavy duty racking system ,Pallet rack beams, and her eyes twinkled as she looked at the kitchen God on the wall. "Master, this will make him do good.". The other gods were also good, but the Kitchen God knew everything that happened in the house. He knows everything a family member does in a year. We can't let him talk. Every family does that. For most working people, the New Year lasts only three or four days. But in theory, the New Year actually ends with the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month. This is often a very important festival, with huge paper dragons parading in the streets, people setting off fireworks, and in the lantern exhibition at night, every family is competing whose lamp design is the most unique and whose lamp is the most beautiful. The important Chinese Spring Festival also includes Easter, which is called Tomb Sweeping Festival in China, or "Tomb Sweeping Day". On this day, everyone goes to the countryside to worship the graves of their ancestors, which is an important event, especially for women in the family who seldom have the opportunity to go to the countryside for leisure. In front of each tombstone, there is usually a platform for sacrificial articles such as wine and flowers. The elders of the family read the funeral oration on their knees. The wine was then sprinkled on the ground as sacrificial wine, and the funeral oration was burned so that the dead could receive it. Some people also burned "paper money," folded paper money with silver foil pasted in the center, so that their relatives could use it in the underworld. Like many other peoples, the Chinese are a nation of super-gods, and paper money is an expression of super-gods, filling people's spiritual needs. People are not sure whether these paper money is the currency of the underworld, but people like to think so with certainty. You have done what you can do and you will feel better because of it. This is similar to an American's reverence for an unknown martyr. No one believes that the martyr will realize the honor he has received. What matters is what he has brought to the living. Grave-sweeping is usually noisy, simply because it's a ritual. Some orphans, widows or unfortunate women and girls with difficult lives also use this occasion as an opportunity to pour out their boredom and pain to the deceased. Therefore, such a cry is very sincere and touching. A daughter-in-law who has lost her husband, according to Chinese custom, must live with her husband's family. While visiting the grave, she will cry to her husband's soul, "My dear husband, if you had not left me, my life would not be so bitter as it is now." Her wicked mother-in-law didn't like to hear it, but there was nothing she could do about it. July 7 is the day when Niulang and Zhinu meet. It is an important Valentine's Day, a festival to celebrate romantic love. The Cowherd and the Weaving Maid are two constellations separated by the Milky Way. Legend has it that Niulang was a handsome and hard-working boy and Zhinu was a quiet girl who was good at needlework, until one day they met. At that moment,Warehouse storage racks, the cowherd forgot to herd the cow, and the weaver girl's heart flew out of the needle and thread. The gold robe she had woven was therefore unfinished. The Jade Emperor soon discovered the reason. In a fit of rage, he ordered that the two lovers be separated and never see each other again except on July 7 of the year.