Ancient umbrellas used wax paper and mulberry paper in the early days, and then gradually evolved into oiled paper umbrellas. Oil-paper umbrella is an ancient Chinese art and a Chinese cultural heritage.
Ancient kites were mainly used for inspection and signal transmission, and later evolved into modern festival entertainment
The four treasures of the study are mainly: paper/ink/inkstone/pen, which are mainly used as “symbols of culture” in modern times
Tea in ancient times was mainly directly quoted, and with the development of time, various tea cultures emerged. Tea culture is also a symbol of Chinese culture.
Lanterns were mainly used for lighting and celebrations in ancient times, but now people mainly use them on important festivals, such as Mid-Autumn Festival and Spring Festival, as items to convey happiness and reunion.
In ancient times, masks were mainly worn in sacrificial activities, and people usually prayed for peace. Paper-cut decorations for weddings and birthdays express the life people yearn for.
Chinese traditional cultural products
Chinese traditional festival customs
The Six Major Important Festivals of China
Lantern Festival customs
Wearing a mask: To avoid being possessed or disturbed by ghosts and gods.
Sacrificial activities: ritual activities are held to show respect to ancestors and gods
Watching lanterns: hold a lantern exhibition, people can enjoy all kinds of exquisite lanterns
Flying a kite: symbolizes people’s longing for their lost relatives
Tomb Sweeping: To express respect and yearning for ancestors.
Outing: a good time to go outing to enjoy the beauty of spring and feel the nature
2. Eating zongzi: a traditional delicacy made of glutinous rice, meat, beans, etc. wrapped in zongzi leaves.
3. Paste wormwood: People will paste wormwood to drive away evil spirits and avoid plague.
Climbing: people have the custom of climbing, implying that life can get better and better
Chrysanthemum appreciation: Autumn is the season when chrysanthemums bloom, so chrysanthemum appreciation has become a custom
Wearing dogwood: Dogwood is regarded as a plant that can ward off evil spirits
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