Vietnamese Festivity of Bumper Crop

Posted by admin at 03-28-2010 11:06:34
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     The ethnic groups of the North and Central Highlands annually organize bumper crop festivities, also called com moi, when the harvest has for up to a month or longer depending on the rain. Then, they plant a new crop.

     In the Red River delta and Mekong Delta regions, the Bumper Crop Festivities begin on the 10th day of the 10th lunar month. People take this opportunity to pray for a fruitful harvest season.