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春节与圣诞节之起源和习俗差异的分析 [3]

论文作者:www.51lunwen.org论文属性:课程作业 Coursework登出时间:2014-05-25编辑:lzm点击率:23587

论文字数:6093论文编号:org201405241847093527语种:英语 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:春节与圣诞节起源和习俗差异Origin and CustomSpring Festival and Christmas西方传统节日

摘要:This paper discusses typical important festivals in China and Western Countries. Firstly, it introduces Spring Festival and Christmas respectively. And then it reveals the differences in origin and custom through the comparative study of Spring Festival and Christmas.

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From then on, on each New Year’s Eve, each family sticks on their doors antithetical couplets written on red paper, blows up firecrackers, keeps their houses brilliantly illuminated and stays up late into the night. Early in the morning of the 1st of the first lunar month they go to their relatives and friends’ homes to send their regards and congratulations. These customs have been passed down through the generations, making it the most ceremonious traditional festival of the Chinese people.
 2.1.2 The Custom of Spring Festival
 Spring Festival season lasts for fifteen days. The first week is the most important and most often celebrated with visits to friends and family as well as greetings of good luck. The celebrations end on the important and colorful Lantern Festival on the evening of the 15th day of the month.
 On the days before the Spring Festival celebration, Chinese families give their home a thorough cleaning. It is believed the cleaning sweeps away bad luck and makes their homes ready for good luck to arrive. All brooms and dust pans are put away on the Spring Festival Eve so that good luck cannot be swept away. Some people give their homes, doors and windowpanes a new coat of red paint. Homes are decorated with paper cutouts of Chinese auspicious phrases and couplets (short phrases) that speak of “happiness”, “wealth”, “longevity”.
On the morning of Spring Festival Eve, people in succession paste up Spring Festival couplets, poetic couplet, Spring Festival paintings and paper-cuts.
A reunion dinner is held on Spring Festival Eve where members of the family, near and far, get together for celebration. The Spring Festival Eve dinner is very large and traditionally includes chicken. Fish is included, but not eaten up completely (and the remainder is stored overnight), as the Chinese phrase年年有余, which means “may there be surpluses every year”, and sounds the same as “may there be fish every year”, since “yú” is also the pronunciation for (余“leftover” or “surplus”). Because certain things and food sound alike to certain Chinese well-wishes, the belief is that having one will lead to the other.
An illustration of what a Chinese Ancient Gold Nugget might look like. Most Northerners serve dumplings as the main dish in this festive season, although most Chinese around the world would do the same because it is believed that dumplings are wrapped in the semblance of Chinese gold nuggets (illustrated) used in ancient China. This gold nugget is called金元宝. However, mandarin oranges are the most popular and most abundant fruit during Spring Festival amongst Chinese simply because of, how the name of the fruit is phonetically similar to gold -- jin ju (金橘) or Kim (金) in Cantonese.
Since Spring Festival Eve, Red clothing is worn throughout the Spring Festival, as red will scare away evil spirits and bad fortune. Also, people typically wear new clothes from head to toe to symbolize starting anew in the Spring Festival.
On the night of Spring Festival Eve, or the night before the first day of new years, parents or grandparents usually put gift money (压岁钱) or “end of year money” under children’s pillows. For people believed this money would keep their children safe for the rest of the year.
 First and second day of the Spring Festival is very important. The first day is for the welcoming of the gods of the heavens and earth. Many论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。
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