New Year's Day
New Year's Day, that is, January 1 of the Gregorian calendar, is the "New Year" commonly known by most countries in the world. Yuan, called "beginning", where The beginning of the number is called "Yuan"; Dan means "Day"; "New Year's Day" means "Initial Day".
The term "New Year's Day" first appeared in "Book of Jin" in Chinese literary works. "New Year's Day" in Chinese History
It refers to the "first day of the first month". The calculation method of the "first month" was very inconsistent before the Han Wu Emperor.
The New Year's Day dates in the past dynasties are not consistent.
After the Revolution of 1911, in order to "travel Xia Zheng, so the agricultural period, from the Western calendar, so the statistics", the first year of the
Republic of China
Decided to use the Gregorian calendar (actual use is 1912), and stipulated that January 1 of the Gregorian calendar is the "New Year", but it is not called
"New Year's Day". In 1949, the People’s Republic of China took January 1 of the Gregorian calendar as New Year’s Day, so “New Year’s Day” is also in China.
It is called "Gregorian calendar year", "new calendar year" or "Gregorian calendar year".
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Happy new year, congratulations on the new year
The gongs and drums sounded the Chinese New Year gate, and the firecrackers sounded the festive season. The red lanterns illuminate the future, and the lights flicker on Happy Road. Family reunion rounds together, round dumplings are like ingots. Great wine, big fish head in the deep sea, toast to celebrate the good harvest. I wish you: All things are going well during the Spring Festival, and I found RMB when I went out. May you: Happy family reunion, good luck and good health.