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Kyrgyzstan revives pre-Soviet traditions for climate adaptation
by Sophie Yeo
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31 July 2014
On 31 July 2014 RTCC.com reported:
In early April, the villagers of Samarkandek, Kyrgyzstan, react with a curious enthusiasm to the sight of apricots coming into bloom. As soon as the flowers emerge, old and young gather for the Festival of Blooming Apricots to recite poetry, sing, and dance in celebration of the oncoming harvest.
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