What's Chinese Tomb-sweeping Day
What's Chinese tomb-sweeping day
The tomb-sweeping day is also known as the “Tsing Festival”. It is the 104th day after the winter solstice. It is a traditional Chinese festival and one of the most important ritual festivals. It is the day of ancestors and grave graves.  The Ching Ming Festival of the Chinese nation began approximately in the Zhou Dynasty and has a history of more than 2,500 years.
Ching Ming was the first name of a solar term. It became a festival to commemorate ancestors and it was related to Cold Food Festival. Jin Wengong set the day after the Cold Food Festival as Ching Ming Festival. In most parts of Shanxi, Cold Food Festival was held on the day before the Ching Ming Festival; Qinshe County and other places were over the cold food festival two days before the Ching Ming Festival; and Qu Qu County also paid attention to Cold Food Festival the day before Ching Ming Festival and the food for the first two days.
The Ching Ming Festival is one of China's important "eight festivals in a year". It is usually around April 5th of the Gregorian calendar. The festival is very long. There are two kinds of statements after the 8th and the 10th before the 10th. This is almost within 20 days. Ching Ming Festival. The Ching Ming Festival was originally referred to fifteen days after the vernal equinox. In 1935, the government of the Republic of China decided that April 5 would be the national holiday Ching Ming Festival, also known as the national grave festival.