Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Swinging-Hani-Woman-and-Children-at-the-June-Festival-27MZIFH62_0.htmlConceptually similarSwinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0ZMMCompleted★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0PAPCompleted★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0LE1Completed★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0MCVCompleted★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP01EK8Completed★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0C8VCompleted★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP021HCompleted★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP01A21Completed★★★★Swinging Hani Women at the June FestivalGP0RSUCompleted★★★★View AllGP090DSwinging Hani Woman and Children at the June FestivalSwinging Hani woman and children at the June Festival in Lo Ma Basin Village, Yunnan Province, China, a festival, which in Hani language is called "Ku Zha Zha". The legend behind this festival says that when the Hani ancestors were digging the soil to grow rice, the small animals living in the soil got hurt. So they complained about that to their god who punished the Hani people by sending them on very high swings to scare them. The small animals then forgave the Hani people. Since that time, every year in June, Hani people have this ceremony to beg for a good rice harvest.Locations:Asia-China-YunnanDate:24 Jun, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / John NovisMaximum size:5178px X 3445pxKeywords:Asian and Indian ethnicities-Day-Farmers-Farming-Festivals-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-One person-Outdoors-Rice-Rice is Life (campaign title)-WomenShoot:Rice Farming Documentation in ChinaA collection of images showing the life of rice farmers in China.