火把节来历,元旦节习俗 河南偃师 9222未来房价

   The fairy tale also containsChinese people's understanding about star images. In the tale, theWeaver Girl Star (the Vega) is the brightest star in theconstellation Lyra, facing the Cowherd Star (the Altair), thebrightest star in the constellation Aquila, across the MilkyWay.

The Chinese fairy tale ofthe Cowherd and the Weaving Girl can be seen as a story enjoyingequal importance as the Greek myths of Odyssey, Jason, theArgonauts and the Golden Fleece and the ancient European legend ofThe Ring of the Nibelung etc. On the seventh day of the seventhmonth of the lunar calendar every year, Chinese women customarilylook up into the night sky, searching for the Weaver Girl Star andthe Cowherd Star on both sides of the Milky Way and hoping to seetheir annual gathering. Meanwhile, girls on the ground hope to haveclever hands and good sense, just like the Weaving Girl. They alsopray for a happy marriage of their own. Thus, the Qixi Festival hasbeen entrenched in Chinese culture家用空调什么牌子好。

The fairy tale of theCowherd and the Weaving Girl has made the Qixi Festival the mostromantic traditional Chinese festival. Countless poems in Chinesehistory are in praise of the story, the most famous works being theancient poem of the Han Dynasty Far in the Skies Is the CowherdStar, Qixi by Du Mu of the Tang Dynasty and Fairy On the MagpieBridge by the great ci writer Qin Guan of the 想知道中秋节 祝福Song Dynasty. Inaddition, traditional Chinese operas like Beijing Opera and Shaanxiopera etc have plays about the Cowherd and the WeavingGirl.

The ta2.14是什么情人节le of the Cowherd andthe Weaving Girl is a love story between the Cowherd, a humanbeing, and the Weaving Girl, a fairy. They fall in love with eachother, get married, forced to separate and blocked by the MilkyWay. O9222未来房价走势ut of compassion for them, on the seventh day of the seventhlunar month each year, flocks of magpies fly to form a bridge withtheir bodies over the Milky Way, allowing the Cowherd and theWeaving Girl to meet each other. This story, to some extent,reflects Chines对于火把节e people's wishes to pursue the freedom of love andmarriage.

The fairy tale of theCowherd and the Weaving Girl is one of the four most famousfolktales of ancient China. It is a classic love story between afairy and a human being and has 偃师a widespread influence. The QixiFestival is said to have something to do with the fairy tale.Naturally, the seventh day of every seventh month of the lunarcalendar has become Chinese Valentine's Day.

However, all the magpies inthe world, deeply touched by the story, came to their rescue. Everyyear on the seventh day of the seventh month, they would flocktogether to form a bridge so that the family could enjoy a briefreunion.

Seeing that the Cowherd wasgaining on them, the Empress took out her hair pin 想知道来历and drew a bigriver across the sky, known to the Chinese as the Silvery River(the Milky Way in the West), to drive a wedge betweenthem.

But the buffalo, who wasvery old and near death, sudden听说元旦节习俗ly started to speak, much to theastonishment of his bereaved owner. He told the Cowherd to use hishide as a vehicle to catch up with his河南偃师 wife. Reluctantly, theCowherd placed his young son and daughter in two baskets and sailedoff to heaven.

Mad with rage, the CelestialEmpress gave her daughter two choices: return to the pala中秋祝福的话ce orwitness the destruction of her husband and offspring. The princesshad no choice but to leave.

The family lived moderatelybut peacefully and happily until the girl's celestial familyrealized that the princess was missi我不知道9222未来房价走势ng and traced her back to thevillage. (It is believed that one day in the heaven is equal to twoearth years.)

The two 尚赫净水机价格were married and hada lovely boy and a girl. While the Cowherd worked in the fieldswith his farm cattle, the princess weaved at home to help supportthe family. The villagers all admired her excellent weaving skillsand even learned from her. The girl was known as the WeavingGirl.

Meanwhile, the youngest ofthe seven celestial princesses, who had grown tired of theprivileged and secluded life at the heavenly palace, longed for alife among the common people.火把节来历 Although her feelings were consideredcontroversial, the girl was determined to pursue what she deemed asher own happiness. She sneake看看习俗d out of the heaven and descended ontothe earth to meet the Cowherd, with whom she had secretly fallen inlove with in the heaven.

Long ago, there was a verypoor but clever, diligent and honest boy who was orphaned at anea河南rly age. One day, he adopted an abandoned, old buffalo thatproved to be very loyal to him and relieved the boy of hard laborin the fields. The two were inseparable and had a very goodrelationship. Villagers 听听中国传统节日的来历from near and far cametocall the boy"Cowherd".

3.Origin of Double SeventhDay

Another common legend dealingwith the origins of the Lantern Festival speaks of a beautiful birdthat flew down to earth from heaven, which was hunted and killed bysome villagers. This angered the Jade Emperor in Heaven because thebird was his favorite看看火把节来历 one. Therefore, he planned a storm of fire todestroy the village on the 15th lunar day房价.Thevillage was in turmoil because nobody knew how should they escapetheir imminent destruction. However, a wise man from anothervillage suggested that every family should hang red lanterns aroundtheir houses, set up bonfires on the streets, and explodefirecrackers on the 14th, 15th, and 16th lunar days. This wouldgive the village 元旦节the appearance of being on fire to the JadeEmperor. On the 15th lunar day, troops sent down from heaven whosemission was to destroy the village saw that the village was alreadyablaze, and returned to heaven to report to the Jade Emperor.Satisfied, the Jade Emperor decided not to burn down the village.From that day on, people ce听听华帝燃气灶怎么样lebrate the anniversary on the 15thlunar day every year by carrying red lanterns on the streets andexploding firecrackers and fireworks.

2.Origin of LanternFestivalOne legend tells us that it wasa time to worship,the God of Heaven in ancient times. The belief was that the God ofHeaven controlled the destiny of the human world. He had sixteendra节日由来gons and he decided when to inflict drought, storms, famine orpestilence upon human beings. Beginning with,the first emperor to unite the country, all the emperors orderedsplendid ceremonies each year. The emperor would ask Taiyi to bringfavorable weather and good health to him and his people. Emperorof thedirected special attention to this event.In 104 BC, he proclaimed it as one of the most importantcelebrations and the ceremony would last throughout thenight.

From then on, the traditionof observing the conquest of Nian is 河南偃师carried on from generation togeneration. The term "Guo Nian", which may mean "Survive the Nian"becomes today "Celebrate the (New) Year" as the word "guo" inChinese having both the meaning of "pass-over" and "observe". Thecustom of putting up red paper and firing fire-crackers to scareaway Nian should it have a chance to run loose is still around.However, people today have long forgotten why they are doing allthis, except that they feel the 看着走势color and the sound add to theexcitement of the celebration.

After that, the old mandisappeared riding the beast Nian. He turned out to be an immortalgod. Now that Nian is gone and other beasts ofpreywere also scared into forests, people beganto enjoy their peaceful life. Before the old man left, he had toldpeople to put up red paper decorations on their windows and doorsat each year's end to scare away Nian in case it sneaked backagain, because听听五月初五 red is the color the beast feared themost.

One legend goes that thebeast Nian had a very big mouth that would swallow a great manypeople with one bite. People were very scared. One day, an old mancame to their rescue, offering to subdue Nian. To Nian he said, "Ihear that you are very capable, but can you swallow the otherbeasts of prey on earth instead of people who are by no means ofyour worthy opponents?" So, it swallowed many of the beasts of preyon earth that also harassed people and their domestic animals fromtime to time.

The Chinese New Year is nowpopularly known as the Spring Festival because it starts from theBegining of Spring (the first of the twenty-four terms incoodination with the changes of Nature). Its origin is too old tobe traced. Several explanations are hanging around. All agree,however, that the word Nian, which in modern Chinese solely means"year", was originally the name of a monster that started to preyon people the night before the beginning of a new year .