JINHU COLOR begin its holiday of Tomb Sweeping Day from April 1-4
INTRODUCTION FOR TOMB SWEEPING DAY
Tomb Sweeping Day, also called “Cold Food Day”, is the most important day for people to offer sacrifice to ancestors. It started from the Zhou Dynasty, with a history of over 2500 years. Qingming is one of the 24 solar terms in China, indicating the coming of late spring, thus the best plowing and growing time, while “Cold Food Day” is a day when folks sweep the ancestors’ tombs and eat cold food. Qingming was adjacent to Cold Food Day, so later on they gradually became one festival, and thus “Cold Food” became another name for Qingming, and dusting the tomb and eating cold food turned into the customs of Qing Ming. Qing Ming has evolved into a culture-rich and meaning-deep remembrance day.