Clear and Bright, one of the 24 Chinese solar terms, is the time of clear sky and flourishing grasses and trees. On the day of Clear and Bright, local people have customs of outing to feel spring, eating cold food and paying respects to passed relatives at their tombs.
The Term Clear and Bright refers to one of the 24 Chinese Solar Terms as the weather is clear and bright with copious vernal signs blooming at their best. Tradition has it that in this day people will go outdoors for a taste of spring, eat cold dishes as well as pay visit to the tomb of their deceased family members.
The Qing Ming, one of 24 Chinese solar terms in purpose of marking biotemperatures, indicates the days of sunlight and flourishing creatures. at the day of Qing Ming, a few folk customs can be seen publicly such as outing, serving cold dishes and sweeping tombs of ancestors.
hly, 这里a day for climate是什么意思? practice traditions? here I think "go hiking" failed to convey the original text, then, "serve cold dishes", "serve/prepare/have", which one is better? "sweep tombs" seemed to be an official translation, but I just cannot accept it, may I ask, who indeed performs the act of "sweeping" on this Day?