Video:Chongyang Festival, also known as the Double Ninth Festival, is an important traditional festival in China.
Since the ninth day of the ninth lunar month has two yang numbers, it is called "Chong Yang".
1989Later, respect for the elderly was integrated into the connotation of Chongyang Festival, which became the "Respecting the Elderly Day" in 1989, also known as "Seniors' Day". The Customs of Chongyang Festival Dnggo
Denggao, which literally means ascending heights, refers to mountain climbing. People would go mountaineering with friends and family members in cool autumn weather. It's kind of like a modern autumn outing.
On Chongyang Festival, chrysanthemums are in full bloom. These autumn flowers have a large variety of shapes and colors, representing a different beauty compared to spring flowers. Zhuyu is a kind of plant, whose fruit can be used in Traditional Chinese medicine. In ancient times people believed wearing Zhuyu on Chongyang Festival could cast away pests, dampness and evil spirits.
In ancient times, chrysanthemum wine was regarded as "Good Luck Wine", which people must drink on Chongyang Festival to eliminate disasters and pray for blessings. Tasting slightly bitter, it clears your eyes and refreshes your spirit. Ch Chngynggo
Chongyang cake is a kind of sweet pastry. Its preparation can vary from region to region. There is a saying that ancient women could hardly show up in public places and go mountaineering, so they chose to eat Chongyang cake instead of climbing mountains, as in Chinese cake and height are homophones. DACDLittle tips from DACD: Winter is coming.Take advantage of the cool autumn breeze and go for an outing to nearby mountains!The above contents are provided by DACD.
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