The Lantern Festival, also known as the First Lantern Festival, the Little Zheng Moon, the Lantern Festival, or the Lantern Festival, is the fifteenth day of the first lunar month of the Chinese calendar, and is one of the traditional Chinese festivals. The first month is the first day of the lunar calendar. The ancients called "night" as "xiao", and the first day of the first month of the year is the 15th day of the first month of the year. According to Taoism's "three yuan", the 15th day of the first month is also known as "Shangyuan Festival". Since the ancient times, the custom of the Lantern Festival has been dominated by warm and festive lantern watching. The Lantern Festival mainly includes a series of traditional folk activities such as lantern viewing, eating rice balls, guessing lantern riddles, and setting off fireworks. In addition, in many places, traditional folk performances such as playing dragon lanterns, playing lions, stepping on stilts, rowing boats, twisting Yangge, and playing Taiping drums were added. In June 2008, the Lantern Festival was selected into the second batch of national intangible cultural heritage. Due to the epidemic, this year ’s Lantern Festival looks extraordinarily deserted. This is also true of the Spring Festival that has just passed. This is very sad. At the same time, we are determined to fight the epidemic to the end. As the epidemic disappears, I wish you all: Happy Lantern Festival!