January 1, commonly known as "New Year" in most countries in the world, is the first day of the new year of the Gregorian calendar. Yuan, that "first"; once, that "day"; "New Year's Day" means "the first day." "New Year's Day" first appeared in the "Book of Jin", but its meaning has been used for more than 4,000 years.
In ancient China, the first month of the lunar month was held in January of the twelfth lunar month, and the month of the month of October was the New Year's Day. The Han Dynasty began as the January 1 of the lunar calendar, and the Gregorian Calendar of the Republic of China on January 1 of 1912. In 1949, the People's Republic of China also celebrated January 1 New Year's Day, New Year's Day in China is also known as the "Gregorian calendar year."