πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ Pov's Culture Corner πŸ•Œ Loy Krathong Day, Godok-Godok Recipe, Rice Harvesting, Christmas Decorations, & More!!

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Β  Β  Β Today I found 4 posts from this week that are about culture, food, rice harvesting, and Christmas. I hope you enjoy and share more about culture and beautiful places in your country with us. I will find and share every week. Thank you all so much for posting in ASEAN HIVE Community πŸ™πŸ». I wish you all are well and healthy.

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Loy Krathong Day

by:@kolkamkwan

Β  Β  Β In this post he showed us about culture in Thailand, Loy Krathong. This is a big holiday in Thailand and I used to see so many people do it because I used to live in Thailand before. In Cambodia during the Water Festival, we celebrate the moon and worship the moon for 3 days on November 18-19-20 this year, and we do it every year.

Β  Β  Β We focus on the Water Festival more importantly and this festival is very big. We organize a water race and have boats from all provinces in Cambodia. But this year we do not do it because COVID. This year, we do not celebrate the Water Festival, but we still float and worship the moon at home and in front of the Royal Palace, but not like last year.

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Godok-Godok: Chocolate / Indonesian Food From West Sumatra

by:@faisalhanafih

Β  Β  Β This post is a recipe teaching us how to make deep-fried bananas with cocoa powder. It looks delicious but I have never eaten fry bananas with cocoa powder before. In my country we have deep-fried bananas with sesame seeds and flour. This is my first time to see that. I am really interested in it and I will try it someday.

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Rice Harvesting Season

by:@reidenling90

Β  Β  Β It is rice harvesting season in Thailand and Cambodia too. My family in my country, they start rice harvesting also but they are complaining about the price of rice being sold too cheaply. 10 kilos is 7000r = almost $2. I really love to eat fresh rice so much, its smells very good and delicious with any food. In ASEAN countries rice is very important for living. When I see this post I remember my childhood. I used to harvest rice too but not much.

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Christmas Is Coming In Town

by:@mrnightmare89

Β  Β  Β Now I see posts about Christmas pictures in some countries almost every day. But I do not yet see Christmas decorations from Suriname and my country. I don’t know if Paramaribo start do Christmas decorations or not because I do not go to the city a long time. I will see Christmas in my country soon and I will share it with you.

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I agree with you with fresh rice harvest smells good when cooked.

The same in the Philippines, unmilled rice sells low, but the milled rice are high.

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In Cambodia unmilled rice sells low and milled rice is also not expensive. Thank you so much for your feedback.

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Congratulations to the featured posts!

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Thank you for your visit and comment.

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Too bad farmers sell the rice at that price. Here in the Ph, the rice, the one with hulls still is sold 140 per 10 kg. Sometimes 120 pesos. Just a little more than 2 dollars. The fertilizers are so expensive and it made the farmers loan more money to survive until the next cropping.

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The price of unpolished rice is too cheap, causing a lot of problems for farmers in our country. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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Thank you so much for featuring. Really appreciate it from bottom of my heart. Yes for asean we can make rice good to pair with almost / mostly every menu ☺️. Congratulations to you all got features too.πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

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