Yuan Dan, the "Yuan Dan" commonly known in most countries of the world, is the first day of the new year of the Gregorian calendar. Yuan, said "first"; Dan, said "day"; "Yuan Dan" means "first day." The word "Yuan Dan" first appeared in the "Book of Jin": "The Emperor of the Sui Dynasty took the Meng Xia Zhengyue as the Yuan, but in fact the Spring of the New Year's Day." In ancient China, the first month of the twelfth lunar month and the first month of the month was the New Year's Day. The Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty was the lunar calendar on January 1, and the Republic of China began on January 1st. In 1949, the People's Republic of China took the January 1st of the Gregorian calendar as New Year's Day. Therefore, Yuan Dan is also known as the "Yangli Year" in China.
Yuan Dan is the beginning of the celebration of the New Year. It is a common practice in all parts of the world to celebrate New Year's Day. Most countries in the world regard January 1st as the New Year's Day. Due to the different latitude and longitude positions of countries in the world, the time of New Year's Day varies from country to country. Therefore, the date of "New Year's Day" is also different. For example, the island nation of Tonga in Oceania is located on the west side of the date line. It is the first place in the world to start a new day and the first country to celebrate New Year's Day. West Samoa, on the eastern side of the date line, is the place to start a new day at the latest in the world.
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