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青岛希尼尔翻译公司(www.joshualeeproperties.com)2016年2月14日了解到:BEIJING -- Fourteen-year-old Chen Yiyue, who is half-Chinese, half-French, has always relished the atmosphere of a Chinese Spring Festival celebration.
  When her mother invites friends to dine with them during that festival, the table is full of delicious food, ladies all wear red and grandparents give her cash-stuffed red envelopes.
  Yiyue’s father Herve Delmaire immediately fell in love with the festival when they started celebrating it about 10 years ago, and actively joins in the preparations each year, always rushing to decorate rooms with red lanterns.
  一悦的父亲Herve Delmaire在10年前第一次开始庆祝春节时,就立刻爱上了这个节日,他每年都会积极参与节日的筹备工作,忙着挂红灯笼来装扮房屋。
  Now, their French friends ask the family each year on what day they celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year.
  For Yiyue’s mother Chen Li, the Spring Festival celebration is more than a tradition to keep the memory from her hometown and home country alive.
  It is also a chance for her husband and French friends to share in the joy and warmth of the traditional Chinese festival, and send good wishes to each other for the next year.
  The themes of the festival, including reunion, luck, peace, affluence, good health and safety, are all ideals that Chinese people have held for thousands of years, said Feng Jicai, a famous writer and president of the Chinese Folk Literature and Art Association.
  In order to be with families at the most important festival of the year, Chinese people travel long distances to go back home, as 2.9 billion trips are expected to be made during this holiday season.
  However faraway and inconvenient -- even settling with a standing ticket for a 20-hour-plus trip -- Chinese people would not be willing to miss the annual family reunion.
  They go home, bring gifts, hand out red envelopes to seniors and children, and offer their best wishes to each other for a good year.
  The festival, an occasion which features exciting family reunions and sincere caring for families and friends, is also known for its inclusiveness, which allows people from across the world to join the celebration regardless of their cultural, racial and religious backgrounds.
  In New York, a video celebrating the start of the Year of the Monkey made its debut on the screen at Times Square on Sunday, the Chinese Lunar New Year’s eve.
  Thousands of miles away, London planned a variety of traditional Chinese celebrations at the city’s largest shopping mall Westfield London, ranging from lion dances to calligraphy demonstrations, lantern workshops to stilt walking.
  New stamps to commemorate the Year of the Monkey were put on sale in various countries including Canada, France and the United States.
  The popularity of the festival stems from its positive, universal spirit, which incarnates the best of human nature.
  The traditions of the festival, such as going home for a family reunion, enjoying food together, getting rid of old clothes and wearing new ones, praying for a peaceful year and exchanging blessings, can be found across different cultures.
  Both political heavyweights and business tycoons worldwide have already begun to understand the importance of this spirit.
  In a message sent to the Chinese people on Saturday, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that the monkey symbolizes intelligence, agility and good fortune, so 2016 is a good year full of hope and energy.
  "We wish to have a good start from the year of the lucky monkey," Ban said, referring to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
  British Prime Minister David Cameron, Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain, US Secretary of State John Kerry and a lot of other political leaders have sent New Year’s greetings to the Chinese people worldwide as well.
  来源:China Daily官网



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