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Here a Chinese trational story about the Spring Festival send to you.
About the origin of "Spring Festival", have a kind of legend is: ancient China has a kind of call "years" the beast. "Year", head long feelers, fierce abnormalities. "Year" in the seabed, each elder deep to specific day (New Year's eve) is now just climbed out, swallowed cattle damage lives. Therefore, every day, New Year's eve CunCunZhaiZhai people FuLaoXieYou fled to the mountains, to avoid "nian" damage. A NianChuXi, from the village outside a begging the old man. Village a hurried panic scene, nobody answered him, only village as an old woman gave the old man some food, and urged him quickly up the hill avoid "year", the old man beard pulls up say with smile: "mother-in-law if let me stay at home all night, and I'll get 'years' away." The old woman continue to persuasion, begging the old man smiling without a word. At midnight, "year" rush into village. It found the village atmosphere is different from the village as the family's home, wife: DaGongZhi room door post candle lit. "Nian" was a shake, call loudly. Nearly the door, hospital suddenly spread produced crackling sound, Fried "year" shuddered, again dare not go up. Originally, "nian" most afraid of red, the light of fire, and exploding. At this time, her mother-in-law's door open, see an old man in red's court in laughing. "Nian" was surprised and distressed. Escape flied The second day is the first month, seek refuge back people see the village safe, very surprised. At this time, the old woman is suddenly enlighted, quickly to the villagers told begging the old man's promise. It quickly spread around the village, people know driven "nian" way. Since then, every year New Year's eve put up red couplets, firecrackers, Family candle lit, ShouGeng for years. Kicks in early morning, still walk a friend congratulate. This custom widely spreads, has become China's folk ceremonious traditional festival.