How the Yang family organise its village?
The irrigated paddy cultivators come together for community maintenance work and for water distribution. This body is generally convened briefly and on a case by case basis. The maintenance of water diversion systems takes place in March and for the primary canals in April. Each family maintains its respective secondary canals. Irrigated paddy cultivation remains a family responsibility with mutual assistance between farmers during the peak labour demand, for transplanting and harvest activities. The Sweden cultivation groups generally do not exist anymore, and are replaced by mutual assistance between families possessing neighbouring plots.
Religious organization is linked to the temple in Buddhist villages. Traditional supernatural ceremonies are now organized by the families themselves. Formerly various ritualists, practitioners and healers performed rituals for honouring certain spirits, for curing a variety of illnesses and for preparing customary ceremonies in line with life cycle and paddy cultivation.
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