Wan-yu, also known as Fool's Day Festival, the West is a traditional festival for people of the United States, section in the April 1 each year. Fool's Day with the Roman Festival of the play (Hilaria, 3 25) and the Indian festival of joy (Holi, to date March 31) were similar. Choice in terms of time, it appears that the "Vernal Equinox" (March 21) the. In this time the weather often changes suddenly, like making a fool of human nature. Fool for the origin of divergent views. A statement that this practice originated in India, "Li Quan Festival." This section provides that the annual festival on March 31 that day, regardless of men, women and children, can be a joke among each other to fool the deception in exchange for entertainment. Fool's Day is more common origin in France. 1564, France first of all, the new reform law Negri Jinian calendar (the Gregorian calendar that is currently common) to 1 January for the beginning of the year. However, some old people who oppose such reforms, according to the lunar calendar is still stubbornly April 1 in the day to send gifts to celebrate the New Year. Advocated reform of these old-fashioned practice of those who make a mockery of Gran Canaria. Smart funny people on April 1 gave them leave to send gifts, invited them to participate in fake press conference. And the conservative elements were taken as "April fool" or "fish hook." Since then people will be April 1 to fool each other, become a popular custom in France. Early 18th century, a Fool's Day custom spread to Britain, followed by the British early immigrants to the United States.
Initially, the Americans can be cooked any shocking news, and trust no moral and legal responsibility, the Government and the judiciary will not be held accountable. In contrast, who fabricated lies the most bizarre, most people believe that fraud, who would award crown. This is to bring a lot of social chaos, thus a cause for dissatisfaction. Now, the people during the festive season is no longer fooled by deception outrageous as in the past, but for the purpose of easy joy.