Lancang Lahu woman daily life (Spanish Edition)

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Lahu Ethnic Group is one of those ethnic group named by Tiger. They also call themselves as Penyapeya, which means the descendant of calabash. According to their legend, the goddess Etha created the sky and the earth, the sun and the moon, and the calabash. The ancestor Zadi y Nadi reproduced the Lahu people from the calabash. Lancang, with the official name as Lancang Lahu Autonomous County, is where gather the majority of Lahu people. This book unveils this mysterious ethical group, who still keeps certain customs of matriarchy. There are merely four elements in the life of most Lahu women: mountain, fireplace, marriage and work. They make the living by haunting, planting tea, raising bees, and habitat in the rudimentary thatched dwelling. Becoming increasingly aware of the significance of education, Lahu people start to send their children, especially the girls to school. Can they break the shackles of poverty and underdevelopment? May time find the answer.

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Lancang Lahu woman daily life (Spanish Edition)