Yuan means "beginning", and the beginning of every number is called "yuan"; Dan means "day"; "New Year's Day" means "initial day". The term "New Year's Day" usually refers to the first day of the first month in the calendar, such as "first day of the first month" in the lunar calendar, "1 day of January in the solar calendar" and so on. In Chinese history, "the first day of the first lunar month" has many titles, such as New Year's Day, New Year's Day, Yuanzheng, Yuanchen, Yuanchun, Shangri, and New Year's Day, etc. However, among many titles, the term "New Year's Day" is the most common. The longest.
The first day of the lunar calendar
The first day of the solar calendar