With active economic growth and a huge number of citizens, China is considered as the largest developing country in the world. Due to urbanization, light pollution generalize is an environmental factor that significantly influences the quality and health of wildlife. According to Pengpeng Han et al., “In the 1990s, the increasing trend in light pollution regions mostly occurred in larger urban cities, which are mainly located in eastern and coastal areas, whereas the decreasing trend areas were chiefly industrial and mining cities rich in mineral resources, in addition to the central parts of large cities.” In the 2000s, nearly all urban cities were dominated by an uprising trend in light pollution. 
Unfortunately, from what I have been told Lyn have a track record of making predictions as well, and each time, she has been wrong. My source comes from a friend I have developed through this website and he used to be a huge conspiracy buff. He has since converted to Orthodox Christian, and is now a blogger tracking Middle East news. As most folks who push a conspiracy angle goes, they often don’t repent, and would push along something like, “Well! Our prayers paid off, and God delayed His judgement,” which would fuel further delusion.
The first day is for the welcoming of the deities of the heavens and earth, officially beginning at midnight. It is a traditional practice to light fireworks, burn bamboo sticks and firecrackers and to make as much of a din as possible to chase off the evil spirits as encapsulated by nian of which the term guo nian was derived. Many Buddhists abstain from meat consumption on the first day because it is believed to ensure longevity for them. Some consider lighting fires and using knives to be bad luck on New Year's Day, so all food to be consumed is cooked the days before. On this day, it is considered bad luck to use the broom, as good fortune is not to be "swept away" symbolically.