The 15th day of the first lunar month is the first full moon night of the year, thus it is known as the "Yuanxiao Festival".
According to Taoist beliefs, the 15th day of the first lunar month is also known as the "Shangyuan Festival".
Since ancient times, the customs of the Yuanxiao Festival have mainly revolved around the lively and joyous tradition of viewing lanterns.
Come and take a look at how our Yuanxiao Festival is uniquely celebrated!
01.Lantern Festival Guessing Lantern Riddles
Yuanxiao Festival is a traditional Chinese holiday, and the formation of its customs has a long history that stems from the folk practice of lighting lanterns to pray for blessings.
The practice of lighting lanterns usually begins on the night of the 14th day of the first lunar month, also known as the "trial lighting". The night of the 15th day is called the "main lighting",
during which people light lanterns and perform activities such as offering sacrifices to deities and praying for blessings. These lanterns are known as "sending lanterns" or "lighting cups".
02 . eat yuanxiao
Round and Reunited, In the North, we have "rolling" Yuanxiao, In the South, we have "wrapping" Tangyuan.
Tangyuan can be boiled, fried, or steamed, Symbolizing warm reunions and happiness.
03. DIY sugar painting
Creating Beauty with Sugar, Intangible Cultural Heritage | Sugar Painting.
Using a spoon as a brush, Sugar as ink, The sweet skill of "Magical Brush Ma Liang".
04. Game lottery
Lots of Fun, Playing games, lucky draw, The stamp in your hand is proof of your strength.
Finally, Please enjoy the highlights of this unique event!
Before you watch it, Be sure to prepare some tissues~
We're afraid that You'll laugh so hard that you'll cry~