你是外教布朗，在中国一中学从教已两年，现在用英文写一篇150字左右的E-mail 回家给儿子Tom，给儿子介绍中国的清明节(Tomb-sweeping Day)人们的活动情况，并讲讲自已对中国清明节的感受。
How are you doing? Here I am in my dormitory, having had supper and having little to do.
One possible version：
How are you doing? Here I am in my dormitory, having had supper and having little to do. So I’d like to tell you about a traditional festival in China, Tomb-sweeping Day, just to help kill the time.
Tomb-sweeping Day of China, which falls on April 5th, has a history of several thousand years. From this day on, the temperature begins to climb, so this is a good time for spring ploughing.
On this day, people come to the tombs of their ancestors, carrying food and fruit to offer and also burn paper money and other articles which they think can be used by their loved ones in the other world. They decorate the tombs with new earth and fresh tree branches and kowtow before the tombs. Some people go for spring outings to enjoy the beautiful mountains and rivers; others hold various entertainment activities to make life more colorful.
To the Chinese, Tomb-sweeping Day not only focuses on family reunion and food offering, but also purifies their feelings and helps form a sense of family, a sense of belonging. More importantly, through the activities, they obtain more strength to face the future and pursue happiness.
So long. Will talk to you later.