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Spring Festival is the most important festival in China. Before the Spring Festival People clean their houses，put red couplets on their gates，and set off firecrackers to drive away the legendary monster “Nian”.
On the eve of the Spring Festival, families get together and have a big dinner. Dumplings are the most traditional food.
The Spring Festival lasts about 15 days long .People visit relatives and friends with the words “Happy new year”. People enjoy the Spring Festival, during this time they can have a good rest.
Children like the festival very much, because they can have delicious food and wear new clothes .They can also get some money from their elders. This money is given to children for good luck.
the lunar new year
the lunar new year is a great occasion to the chinese people. it lasts about the first four days of the year， during which people do not work except for the workers on duty. students do not go to school， and shops are closed.
several days before the new year， people begin to prepare. farmers kill pigs， sheep， cocks and hens. city dwellers buy meat fish and vegetables. houses are cleaned; coupletsare posted on the doors. colourful lanterns are hung at the gate.
on the eve of the new year， each family has its members gatherd together and eats a family reunion dinner. after the meal they watch tv until the clock strickes twelve. then every family sets off long strings of small firecrackers and other fire works to welcome the new year. on the first day of the new year， almost everyone is dressed in his or her best. when people meet on the way， they say to each other "happy new year". friends and relatives pay new year calls and gives presents to each other. children indulge themselves in games.
Chinese Spring Festival celebrating the end of winter and the warmth of spring. It began in the last day of the lunar year, end in the 15th day of lunar New Year, also is the Lantern Festival. During the Spring Festival, people use red lantern and Spring Festival couplets decorate a house, put on all kinds of colored clothes, often visit friends and relatives or together eat dumplings, fish, meat and other delicious food. The children are looking forward to receiving red envelope money, and together they play each other the fireworks, with happy. Street with dragon and lion dance and some other carnival activities, CCTV will held the grand Spring Festival gala.
Spring Festival is approaching, every household in hurry to buy Hui-chun, paintings and so on. On this night, I and my mom went to the father's father held a Spring Festival party.
After a few minutes by car, we came to the destination. Has just entered the scene, I was attracted those colorful lights, as well as colored spotlights and turn the ball it! I made him look happy because I was the first time I saw such a beautiful stage.
My father and mother to find space to sit down. Soon, the hosts said: "The Chinese New Year Party now!" I think: Today's show will be very interesting. So, I would stare at the moderator. "The first program is Miss Xie Jimin the 'plateau', we welcome the applause!" Heard here, I have involuntarily clapped her hands, because Aunt Min is the father of the most friendly partner. With the music playing, sensitive mother's sister sang together, the audience cheers came from time to time, finally, Aunt Min to an ultra-high end audio in the program. The audience broke into thunderous applause, and some Han Qi a father's slogan: "On, Yes!" Applause and shouts break out.
Show host came out and said: "The second program is the next Miss Zhu Xiaohong dance performances, we welcome the applause!" Soon, we saw one wearing a red dress and holding a big sister, tai chi fan out from the crowd, When she was up to the table, I suddenly felt the fire of the Chinese people have a continuously burning. "Deng, Deng, Deng." Music sounded, and immediately waved the big sister who played in the hands of Tai Chi fans, jump wonderful dance. She Shenqingruyan, action one by one, totally inexperienced, we can see his big sister rehearsal, how hard ah!
Unconsciously, this Chinese New Year party in a Unit, thunderous applause ended, the Spring Festival party really happy ah!
Spring Festival is the most important holiday for Chinese people. Excitement and happiness are palpable this time of the year， and they reach the peak on lunar new year‘s eve.
Though the 15-day period， which starts with the first day of the lunar new year and ends on the 15th day (known as Lantern Festival)， is relatively long， it is the busiest time of the year for Chinese people. The arrangements they have to make for family reunions， buying necessities and preparing food keeps them busy throughout the holiday. Many of them travel back home and meet friends over dinner and drinks. The celebrations include decorating the house and setting off fireworks.
But we are talking about a tradition that seems to be fading.
Spring Festival， as it is celebrated today， has undergone many changes， thanks to the country‘s economic development and globalization.
Yet no Spring Festival is complete without food. People could not get good food whenever they desired in earlier times， something that does not apply to society today. More often than not， people faced the risk of famine. The best time for people to celebrate was when food was available in plenty， and that was possible in spring， or the beginning of the lunar new year. That was the main reason why Spring Festival acquired such great importance among Chinese people.
But three decades of economic growth has ensured that people in China， except for those who are still poor， can enjoy a good meal whenever they want. Such has been the change in people‘s fortune that some have to be treated for obesity and other health problems associated with excessive eating.
In the past， celebrations were limited to events like song-and-dance duets in North China， dragon/lion dances in South China and fireworks， which required the joint efforts of the entire community. But economic development and urbanization seems to have weakened the social links among people. Many， especially those living in cities， are not interested in celebrating the festival with people they hardly know.
Many customs associated with Spring Festival have changed， too. In the past， people used to visit relatives and friends with gifts and lots of good wishes. Today， many people， especially the youth， use their cell phones or the Internet to send their good wishes and even "gifts" to their relatives and friends. Some may say this a sign that people have become less caring about their near and dear ones， but we should see this development as a time- and energy-saving exercise granted by the information age.
In recent times， many people have started praying for a career promotion or more money instead of invoking God or the Buddha for a healthy and long life and the welfare of their family. But the number of such people is decreasing now， which shows that people are becoming more reasonable.