You may not believe it, but in this country people celebrate the new year once every 50 years. So are you curious? Tet comes once every 50 years? Which year is the closest? Please refer to the following article of Ben Computer to learn more information.
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Tet comes once every 50 years?
If in other countries in the world, people celebrate Tet and New Year once a year, in Congo Kinshasa or the Democratic Republic of Congo, people have to wait for more than half of their lives to welcome the new year. new once. Saying so the answer to the question Tet comes once every 50 years it’s Tet Congo Kinshasa.
Find out which country is Congo?
Referring to the Congo New Year, there are actually two countries in the world named Congo, in which one is the Republic of the Congo (also known as Congo Brazzaville) and the other is the Democratic Republic of the Congo (or Congo Kinshasa). ) – the country where people celebrate Tet every 50 years that Ben Computer just mentioned above.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo was originally a colony of Belgium. In 1960 this country gained independence, named Republic of the Congo and changed its name to Zaire in 1971. Then in 1977 changed its name to Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Not as fortunate as its neighboring Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is one of the 10 poorest and most backward countries in the world. Perhaps this is also one of the reasons why people living in this country have to wait for 50 years to see fireworks once.
Why is Congo New Year celebrated once every 50 years?
As mentioned above Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa takes place every 50 years. It takes people living in this country more than half of their life to be able to celebrate Tet and watch fireworks once.
Despite being a large and densely populated country, the Democratic Republic of Congo is a poor and backward country. The reason this country has suffered from many conflicts and political crises, followed by unemployment, health care and education are not invested in development, severely affecting the national economy. In addition, there are development policies of the Government, not allowing people to exploit resources but for other countries to exploit.
Besides, there are also many opinions that this is a long-standing cultural feature of the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Although it takes 50 years to welcome a new year once, the time to celebrate Tet / New Year in the Democratic Republic of Congo is quite long, lasting for 3 months to end and is extremely monumental. This is also considered one of the longest Tet in history, up to the present time and no country has surpassed it.
Why do Vietnamese people say “wait until the Congo New Year”?
There is one thing that Ben Computer needs to emphasize, the Congo New Year here is not the New Year of the Congolese people of Brazzaville. According to the information that Ben learned, Congolese people in Brazzaville celebrate Tet once a year like in Vietnam and many other countries around the world, and celebrate Tet according to the solar calendar. On this day, all people will have a break from work, school to shop and welcome the new year together, eat, drink, sing, etc. to say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new year.
The Congo New Year in the saying “wait until the Congo New Year” here is the Kinshasa Congolese people, they have to wait until 50 years to celebrate the New Year once. The saying “wait until the Congo New Year” that Vietnamese people often say actually refers to something, something that is very difficult or impossible to complete, or is far from coming, far from being completed. Okay.
In which year is the nearest Congo New Year?
Similarly, it is currently unknown in which year the last Congo New Year took place. If so, only people living in this country can know. The next Congo New Year takes place in any year, perhaps only the people can answer.
Although New Year is celebrated only once every 50 years, in normal years, people of the Democratic Republic of Congo still enjoy other important holidays such as National Day (June 30) and Father’s Day (August 1st). ) or Youth Day (October 14), … .
So the above article Ben Computer has just answered for you the question that Tet comes once every 50 years? Is Congo New Year real or not? Why is Congo New Year usually celebrated once every 50 years? Where did the saying “wait for the Congo New Year” come from? In addition, if you have any further questions or questions, you can leave your comments in the comment section below the article.