Every year towards the end of the year, I can’t help thinking of a sentence that Mr. Lu Xun said in his prose “Blessing”, “After all, the end of the old calendar is the most like the end of the year”. Perhaps only we Chinese in the world can call the two most important festivals of our nation “New Year”. One is the Gregorian New Year, which is internationally recognized and celebrated, and the other is the Lunar New Year, which is the Spring Festival we Chinese usually talk about. Before New Year’s Day this year, my little son was still asking me about the difference between the Lunar New Year and the Great New Year. When relatives and friends around me met my son the day before New Year’s Day, they said, “Happy New Year, children!” When my son came home, he asked me, “Dad, didn’t you tell me that there is still more than a month to celebrate the New Year?” So I patiently told my son about the origins and differences between the Gregorian New Year and the Lunar New Year. At the same time, I also understood more deeply the famous saying of Mr. Lu Xun that “the end of the old calendar is after all the most like the end of the year”. Not to mention Mr. Lu Xun lived in the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, which was the eighties of the twentieth century when I was a child. What we ordinary people say about the New Year is definitely the Lunar New Year-the Spring Festival.