Fasting is one of the five basic lessons of Islam, worship, class, and worship. The old Chinese translation is “Zhai Gong”, commonly known as “Feng Zhai” and “Closed”. Persian is a "meat", and Muslims of all ethnic groups in the Turkic language group in Xinjiang, China, also call it "meat." When the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad, preached in Mecca, fasting has not yet become a custom. In 622, after Muhammad moved to Medina, in order to get along with Jews, he followed their teachings and fixed Moussa’s saved Ashura (January 10) as a fasting day until Allah’s show The Qur'an.