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Thursday, 18 Oct 2018
Small tribe in Panama, beat the stereotype that woman is less powerful than man
Tuesday, Oct 02, 2018 | 11:24 am LT

Small tribe in Panama, beat the stereotype that woman is less powerful than man

News24xx.com - In a small community of indigenous people in Guna Yala, off the east coast of Panama, a 'third sex' emerged that challenged stereotypes and was very respectful to women. This is Guna Yala, also known as San Blas: an archipelago off the east coast of Panama that consists of 300 islands, and 49 of them are inhabited by Guna tribes. Guna Yala, who numbered 50,000 people, ....
Small tribe in Panama, beat the stereotype that woman is less powerful than man
Tuesday, Oct 02, 2018 | 11:24 am LT

Small tribe in Panama, beat the stereotype that woman is less powerful than man

News24xx.com - In a small community of indigenous people in Guna Yala, off the east coast of Panama, a 'third sex' emerged that challenged stereotypes and was very respectful to women. This is Guna Yala, also known as San Blas: an archipelago off the east coast of Panama that consists of 300 islands, and 49 of them are inhabited by Guna tribes. Guna Yala, who numbered 50,000 people, ...
The world's most endangered tribe, an indigenous people of Brazil living in the eastern Amazon on the border with Peru
Tuesday, Oct 02, 2018 | 10:32 am LT

The world's most endangered tribe, an indigenous people of Brazil living in the eastern Amazon on the border with Peru

News24xx.com -  The Awá, or Guajá, are an indigenous people of Brazil living in the eastern Amazon rainforest. There are approximately 600 members, and 100 of them still have no contact with the outside world. Now, they became the world's most most endangered tribe. The group are at constant loggerheads with companies aiming to clear Amazonian trees from their territory for...
Travellers who visited sacred temples on the island of Bali are being banned from wearing bikinis
Wednesday, Sep 26, 2018 | 08:57 am LT

Travellers who visited sacred temples on the island of Bali are being banned from wearing bikinis

News24xx.com -  Recently, a photo of a Danish tourist sitting on holy shrine Linggih Padmasana at Pura Luhur Batukaru temple recently went viral, because it was seen as deeply offensive.  For Balinese, the shrine, which is shaped like a throne on top of a pillar, is reserved for the most important deity in Balinese Hinduism, known as the supreme god.  And since September 25 2018,...
Popularizing Ulos Culture by Presenting Nusantara Weaving Festival
Sunday, Sep 02, 2018 | 09:35 pm LT

Popularizing Ulos Culture by Presenting Nusantara Weaving Festival

News24xx.com - The first time will be held, the Nusantara Weaving Festival (FTN) will be held on 13-17 October 2018 in North Tapanuli Regency, North Sumatra. This activity is an effort to develop the charm of Batak culture in terms of the world of ulos weaving to the world. And this activity will be held in two locations, namely in Muara and Tarutung, North Tapanuli Regency. Chairperson of ...
The use of Tanjak in the government environment can lift the signature Malay
Sunday, Sep 02, 2018 | 08:05 pm LT

The use of Tanjak in the government environment can lift the signature Malay

News24xx.com - The use of cloth tied on the head is characteristic of Riau and Malay communities in ancient times. This cloth mentioned is called by the name 'tanjak'. The form of cloth can vary, the art of wrapping is also quite varied. For Siak Sri Indrapura kingdom, there were many kinds of tanjak forms used. In Siak Kingdom, the most well-known is the tie of Pial Ayam. This was ...
The history of coffee wars that happened on Tana Toraja in the ancient times
Friday, Aug 31, 2018 | 10:06 am LT

The history of coffee wars that happened on Tana Toraja in the ancient times

News24xx.com - Coffee war in South Sulawesi is not only between two local kingdoms. Coffee was also used as an ‘ammunition' because it became a weapon of barter tool. Two kingdoms, namely the Kingdom of Luwuk and the Kingdom of Sindenreng, struggle to fight for black gold seeds in Tana Toraja. Because of coffee, these two kingdoms also attacked each other. Around 1800, Luwuk's ...
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