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Hajam of Nepal There is a long-standing tradition of the Hajam being barbers and manicurists. The Hajams are found in nearly every part of India and most of Pakistan. In Nepal they can be found in almost any part of the Terai region. In the Muslim community they often perform hair-trimming for major family events […]

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Senoufo, Dyimini of Cote d’Ivoire One important aspect of Senoufo society is its concept of “community.” The Senoufo think of themselves as one group, with all of their ideas pointing in the same direction. The concept of the “individual” is known only in limited circumstances; thus, no man stands alone. Instead, each person is thought […]

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Akha, Pouly of Laos The Pouly are easily the largest Akha group in Laos, and were probably the first Akha group to migrate to Laos. They claim there were some of their group living in Laos from 1850, but the main migrations took place after 1900. The twin strongholds of animism and ancestor worship predominate […]

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Angry God and Cry of His People (Lamentation 2:9-20)   1.       What were Jeremiah’s 3 questions to the Lord? a.     Why have you mistreated your people? (Lam 2:20a) b.     Why have you starved your children? (Lam 2:20b) c.      Why have you abandoned your leaders? (Lam 2:20c)   2.       According to Jeremiah, what did the Lord […]

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Akto Turkmen of China The history of the Akto Turkmen is uncertain. Although they are considered part of the Kirgiz nationality, their language and customs are more closely related to that of the Uygur. These people are skilled shepherds and goatherds despite the harsh landscape where they must raise their animals. Their clothing, food, and […]