A moment to calm, review the contents of the past, to establish in the present and generate power to carry the future. Thus it is that most people around the world celebrate the new year, regardless of their country of origin, culture or financial condition. The New Year is always celebrated with much joy, peace and prosperity wishes for the year to come.
For most nations, the New Year is celebrated at the turn of the 31 SST of December to 01 January, according to the Gregorian calendar. In China, the New Year is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. The New Year, also known as New Year’s Eve in Brazil (term derived from the French word rviler, which means waking), is traditionally celebrated the passage Deco. 31 to Jan. 1 in most countries. Literature Review According to Paperclip (2008) on the 23rd day of the last lunar month, they offer food to God’s Kitchen, which they say is responsible for family prosperity.
Also tend to stick to doors and windows of houses with red paper saying bode well or gold, the Tao If, to attract good fluids and protect those who live there. Red and gold are the official colors of the day, according to the Chinese, they are responsible for bringing good luck to those who wear them, especially in new clothes. As in Western New Year celebration, Chinese consume gather in family and produce a plentiful table the night before Chinese Nevus Year. When the clock strikes midnight, everyone eats a cooked Chinese dumpling (known by Westerners as Aziza).
The word Jiao has almost the same pronunciation Jiao Uzi and in Portuguese “find” and ‘Time”, respectively. The custom of eating this kind of Chinese ravioli at midnight in Chinese is described as “sue gene Jiao Uzi” (replacement for the hours of the year zinging). That’s why the food at the turn Of the year is called Jiao. According to Ferris (2014), the dragon is a widely recognized symbol of the Chinese New Year and the date of its traditional meaning ancient times in Chinese culture. Dancers dragons appear in abundance in street performances and parades.
Elaborate costumes for use by multiple people (usually red) celebrate the ritual importance of this mythical creature that also mean good fortune and success. Older present you younger and unmarried with money, whose delivery is done inside a red envelope that superstition should not be opened in front of the giver. Begins soon after the fireworks, fun and games, the feast only ends at sunrise of the new year. Traditionally, the first day of the year, people devote themselves to visit relatives and friends.
In Brazil, the celebration begins with a traditional meal, usually savored with family and friends, exchanging messages of ‘pappy New Year”, followed by wishes for health, peace, joy and love. As the country is rich in legends, beliefs and prepositions, the New Year is an especially auspicious date for many of these beliefs to surface. Besides the white clothing, often used to attract good vibes, there are other beliefs that even the most skeptical do not care to follow, either superstition or mere tradition.
To Dreaminess (2014), a good example is the custom to include a dish of lentils at supper to attract luck. In coastal cities, after midnight, is also very Common to see crowds of people dressed in white heading out to the beaches to skip the first 7 waves of the year, making a mental request to skip each. Due to big influence of Brazilian African religions, such as Commando and Embank, it is also common to make offerings to Yeomanly, known as the ‘Queen of the Sea,” one of the most popular deities of Brazil.
Both the sandy shore as the waves of the sea are full of candles, floral arrangements, perfumes and figures of Yeomanly, a spectacle of exotic beauty. Another tradition of the holiday season is burning fireworks. One of the best known, both in Brazil and in the rest of the world is, without doubt, to be held in ROI De Jeanine on Copernican beach, thousands of people from all over the world vie for space to see this great spectacle of colors, shapes and lights.
They are also popular in the country, the New Year’s Eve parties in Floppiness’s, Salvador, Recipe and SAA Paulo, among others. Conclusion This period is one of the most important in worldwide society, as they take a break at work to celebrate with family and friends. This tradition of celebrating New Years Eve has been shaped by legends, histories and habits for each country and makes people feel good in celebrated the goals achieved in the year ending this, and above all, it’s time to wish good wishes and much success for the year that is coming.