When is the specific time of New Year’s Eve in 2020? Is New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve the same day?

  New Year’s Eve refers to the last day of the twelfth lunar month every year, and the second day is the first day of New Year’s Day, which is the last day of every year. It represents getting rid of the old and welcoming the new, so New Year’s Eve is also a very important day in China. So what is the date of New Year’s Eve in 2020? When is the specific time of New Year’s Eve? Is New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve?

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What month is New Year’s Eve?

When is the specific time of 2020 New Year’s Eve?

  New Year’s Eve in 2020: Friday, January 24th, 2020.

Is New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve the same day?

  Yes, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve are the same day.

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Time introduction of New Year’s Eve

Introduction to the origin of New Year’s Eve

  The last day of "Year of the Year" is called "Year of the Year" and that night is called "New Year’s Eve". It is connected with the beginning and end of the new year, which is called "the end of the poor month and the end of the new year". It is the eve of the new year and an important time junction to get rid of the old and welcome the new. Because New Year’s Eve often falls on the 29th or 30th day of the twelfth lunar month, it is also called New Year’s Eve. On the day of New Year’s Eve, the people pay special attention to it. Every household is busy or cleaning the courtyard, removing the old cloth and the new, decorating the lanterns and welcoming the ancestors home for the New Year, and offering sacrifices with rice cakes, three sacrificial meals and three teas and five wines.

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Relationship between New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve

  On New Year’s Eve, there have been customs such as offering sacrifices to ancestors, observing the new year’s eve, having a reunion dinner, putting up New Year’s greetings and hanging lanterns since ancient times, which have been passed down to this day and lasted for a long time. Influenced by Chinese culture, New Year’s Eve is also a traditional festival for Chinese and overseas Chinese in countries with Chinese cultural circle and all over the world. In 2007, New Year’s Eve officially became a legal holiday in China according to the National Holidays and Remembrance Days. In 2014, New Year’s Eve was adjusted according to the State Council’s decision to amend the National Holidays and Remembrance Days, and no longer regarded as a legal holiday in China.

Editor in charge: Ke Jinding