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帕那空奇里上空的烟花,碧武里府, 泰国 Fireworks over Phra Nakhon Khiri, Phetchaburi, Thailand (© noomcpk/Shutterstock)

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帕那空奇里上空的烟花,碧武里府,泰国 Fireworks over Phra Nakhon Khiri, Phetchaburi, Thailand (© noomcpk/Shutterstock)

明年见! See you next year!

跨年夜快乐!

现在是最后的倒计时!许多国家都在今晚庆祝跨年夜,以送走旧的一年,并期待新的一年的到来。在辞旧迎新的时候,各个国家的传统习俗都很有创意。如果你不在美国观看时代广场的落球仪式,你可能会在丹麦摔盘子,在西班牙往嘴里塞葡萄,或者在希腊把洋葱挂在门外。在泰国,庆祝者可能会去庙祈求好运,或者观看照亮帕那空奇里的烟。“帕那空奇里”在泰语中意为“中之城”,该地坐落在同名的历史公园内,又名“圣城山”或“拷汪行宫”。无论你在哪里庆祝跨年夜,都要过得愉快。明年见!

Happy New Year's Eve!

It's the final countdown! Tonight is New Year's Eve, time to see out the old year and welcome the new. But how you celebrate depends which country you're in. If you're not in the US watching the Times Square Ball Drop, you might smash crockery in Denmark, eat 12 grapes as the clock strikes midnight in Spain, or hang onions outside your door in Greece. In Thailand, you might watch the fireworks illuminating Phra Nakhon Khiri, or 'holy city hill,' a historical park spread over three peaks overlooking the city of Phetchaburi. Wherever you celebrate, have a great one. See you next year!

新年跨年夜烟花, 悉尼悉尼海港大桥, 澳大利亚 New Year's Eve fireworks, Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia (© Wendell Teodoro/Getty Images)

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新年跨年烟花, 悉尼悉尼海港, 澳大利亚 New Year's Eve fireworks, Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia (© Wendell Teodoro/Getty Images)

跨年夜新年快乐 Happy New Year's Eve from down under

迎接2023年 / 澳大利亚悉尼跨年夜

随着跨年夜在盛夏登陆,许多澳大利亚人选择乘游览美丽的悉尼,参加一年一度的烟表演,以此迎接新年。悉尼海港大桥和举世闻名的悉尼歌剧院作为戏剧背景,今年的第一场烟花表演将于当地时间晚上9点举行,随后在午夜举行第二场。澳大利亚是最早进入新年的国家之一,通常有超过150万人参加悉尼的这一盛大庆祝活动。

每年公历1月1日,标志着新一年的到来,人们习惯将这一天称为“元旦”,俗称“公历年”、“阳历年”或“新历年”。在很多国家,有自己的新年,或是因习俗传统,或者是宗教性的,例如:中国春节,伊斯兰新年,泰米尔新年和犹太新年。

由于地球被划分为多个时区,所以每个时区迎来新年的时间不一,第一个迎来新年的时区,就在国际日期变更线以西,位于莱恩群岛,是基里巴斯国的一部分,时区比世界标准时间早14小时。无人居住的美国边远领土豪兰和贝克岛被指定位于UTC后12小时的时区内,这是地球上最后一个看到1月1日到来的地方。

New Year's Eve in Sydney, Australia

With New Year's Eve landing in midsummer, many Aussies choose to usher in the new year with a boat trip around beautiful Sydney Harbour to take in the annual fireworks display With the Sydney Harbour Bridge and world-famous Sydney Opera House as a dramatic backdrop, the first fireworks show will fire off this year at 9 pm local time, followed by a second show at midnight. Australia is one of the first nations to reach the new year, and more than 1.5 million people are typically in attendance for this spectacular celebration in Sydney.