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Chinese Festival-The Origin of Chinese Valentine's Day
来源: | Author: Jane Wang | Publish date: 2021-08-17 | 79 views | 分享到:

Chinese Festival-The Origin of Chinese Valentine's Day

The Weaver Girl and the Morning Cattle are two similar stars in the Tianhe River. There is no connection between the two.
Until the Han Dynasty, these two stars were transformed into specific characters. The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl are derived from the star names of the Altair and the Vega.
Legend has it that the granddaughter of the ancient Emperor of Heaven was good at weaving, and weaved the sky every day.
She hated this boring life, and secretly went down to the mortal world, privately married to the cowherd of Hexi, and lived a life of men and women.
Angry the Emperor, the Weaver Girl was taken back to the Heavenly Palace, and they were ordered to separate. They were only allowed to meet on the bridge on July 7 each year.
Their strong love and affection moved magpies, countless magpies flew, and used the body to form a color bridge across the Tianhe River, allowing the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl to meet on the Tianhe River.