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    The Hanis around Honghe River have a custom of having "a new grain dinner" on the first dragon day in July of the lunar calendar. On that day, according to the old custom, every family should pull up a small bundle of grain with the root and the spike from their own paddy field. They should choose those holes in odd numbers and not greet anyone on the way back, no matter acquaintances or not, otherwise it will be ominous.

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