The 24 solar terms reflect the changes in climate, natural phenomena, agricultural production, and other aspects of human life, including clothing, food, housing, and transportation. The 24 solar terms play important roles and have greatly influenced people's basic needs in life, and they still have an important function nowadays.
Start of Spring: A dubiously premature name, as it's not the beginning of spring in most of China; only in the extreme south.
Rain Water: There is an increase of rainfall from then on.
Awakening of Insects: Spring thunder begins and hibernating creatures wake up.
Spring Equinox：With an equal length of day and night in spring.
Pure Brightness：It is clear and bright (when it's not raining), and the weather becomes noticeably warmer, particularly in southern China.
Grain Rain: The early crops show their shoots.
Start of Summer: The beginning of summer (in southern China).
Grain Buds: The seeds of summer crops begin to become plump, but are not yet ripe.
Grain in Ear: The wheat becomes ripe; and the summer planting starts.
Summer Solstice: The daytime is the longest and the nighttime is the shortest of the year.
Minor Heat: The beginning of the hottest period.
Major Heat: It is the time of year when the duration of the sunshine is the longest, the average temperature is the highest, the rainfall is the greatest, and the thunderstorms are the most frequent.
Start of Autumn: An anomaly: nowhere is this true. Like the "start of spring" it is about a month premature.
End of Heat: The end of the hot summer.
White Dew: The transition from summer to autumn. The temperature drops sharply, and the autumn rains come.
Autumnal Equinox: With an equal length of day and night in autumn.
Cold Dew: The weather becomes cold enough to reach dew point, but not cold enough to reach frost point.
Frost Descent: The weather becomes cold and frost begins to form (in North China).
Start of Winter: True of northern China, but winter comes later in the south.
Minor Snow: Snow begins to fall, the weather becomes cold.
Major Snow: It snows heavily for the first time in the year
Winter Solstice: The daytime is the shortest and the nighttime is the longest of the year.
Minor Cold: The weather rapidly reaches its coldest.
Major Cold: 'Major Cold' It is the coldest time of the year.