Winter Solstice has always been regarded as a major festival in winter by the Chinese. It is one of the traditional "Four Seasons and Eight Festivals" in China. In ancient times, there was also a saying - Winter Solstice is as important as Spring Festival.
English Version“Winter Solstice”
On this day, the sun is directly over the Tropic of Capricorn, and gives the Northern Hemisphere the shortest day and longest night. In addition to eating dumplings in the north and eating glue puddings in the south, people also have the habit of "painting and counting", making rice wine and worshipping ancestors on this day.
The sun looks up and down at the earth year after year. In those changing seasons, the world witnesses all as a memorial that records people's work and harvest, especially in the winter when people need warmth and courage.