Lunar New Year

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Lunar New Year
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annual event, Ememe a na-eme ugboro ugboro
subclass nkeNew Year Dezie
Akụkụ nkeNew Year celebrations Dezie
na-esochiLunar New Year's Eve Dezie
mmerubeLunar/Lunisolar New Year's Day Dezie
ụbọchị n'afọ maka ihe omume oge ụfọdụÖnwa mbu 21, February 20 Dezie
nwere àgwàEzumike mba Dezie
Lunar New Year

East Asia[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ememe afọ ọhụrụ nke ọnwa na-esote dabere na kalenda lunisolar ọdịnala nke ndi China, mana pụrụ iche na omenala nke ha. N'agbanyeghị ịkekọrịta otu kalenda ọdịnala ndị China, ememme ọ bụla nwere ike ịnwe nkọwa dị iche iche na nke pụrụ iche, zodiac ma ọ bụ ọdịnala. Ọ bụ ezie na China na Korea ka na-eme ememe afọ ọhụrụ nke ọnwa na mgbakwunye na Afọ Ọhụrụ nke anyanwụ, Japan, ewezuga Okinawa, ugbu a na-eme ememe afọ ọhụrụ nke anyanwụ na ihe fọdụrụ nke ememme ọnwa a na-akpọ Little New Year eme na afọ ọhụrụ. Ụbọchị iri na ise nke ọnwa mbụ na lunar.

  • Afọ Ọhụrụ Chinese (農曆新年 nónglì xīnnián 农历新年 nónglì xīnnián 春节 chūnjié, Spring Festival)
  • Afọ Ọhụrụ nke Korea (설날 Seolal) [1] [2]
  • Afọ ọhụrụ Mongolian (Tsagaan Sar) [3]
  • Afọ Ọhụrụ Tibet (ལོ་གསར་ Losar) [4]
  • Afọ Ọhụrụ Vietnamese (Tết nguyên Đán 節元旦) [3]

Tupu e hiwe emume afọ ọhụrụ, ndị China oge na ochie gbakọtara ma mee ememe na njedebe owuwe ihe ubi n'oge mgbụsị akwụkwọ. Otú ọ dị, ememe ahụ abụghị Ememe Mgbụsị akwụkwọ, n'oge ndị China na-ezukọ na ezinụlọ ma na-efe ọnwa. Na Classic of Poetry, uri e dere n'oge Western Zhou (1045 BC - 771 BC), nke onye ọrụ ugbo na-amaghị aha, kọwara otú ndị mmadụ si ehichapụ ebe nchịkọta millet, toasted ka ọbịa na mijiu, gbuo ụmụ atụrụ ma sie anụ, gaa N'ụlọ nna ha ukwu, toasted na nna ukwu, na-enwe obi ụtọ maka ogologo ndụ ọnụ, na 10th ọnwa nke oge ochie kalenda anyanwụ, nke bụ n'oge mgbụsị akwụkwọ. [5] Ekwenyere na ememe a bụ otu n'ime ihe atụ nke afọ ọhụrụ ndị China. [6]

  1. Sohn (2006). Korean Language in Culture and Society. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 9780824826949. “"...Korean calendars Calendars were adopted from China..."” 
  2. Reingold (2008). Calendrical Calculations. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521885409. “"... Korea used the Chinese calendar for ..."” 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Morris Rossabi (28 November 2014). From Yuan to Modern China and Mongolia: The Writings of Morris Rossabi. BRILL, 282–. ISBN 978-90-04-28529-3. 
  4. Ligeti (1984). Tibetan and Buddhist Studies: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Alexander Csoma De Koros. University of California Press, 344. ISBN 9789630535731. 
  5. Classic of Poetry - Qi Yue (in Chinese). “...十月涤場。 朋酒斯飨,曰殺羔羊。 躋彼公堂,稱彼兕觥,萬壽無疆。” 
  6. 春節起源. www.sohu.com.