Today is Buhe – an Ethopian children’s holiday. “Hoya Hoye” comes from a children’s song chanted during the holiday. Kids travel door to door in groups singing this traditional call and response. They pound walking sticks to the beat and take turns singing praises in rhyme to earn coins and dough. Every Ethiopian knows this song regardless of tribe. Normally, people also celebrate it with lighting a few wooden torches commonly known as “Chibo” in their houses after returning from the church ceremony that is held, that is much larger.