The Reawakening of the Rapa Nui People

  • May 26, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Santiago – The gigantic awe-inspiring stone heads left by the seafaring civilization called Rapa Nui attract thousands...
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Kongo Indigenous Life and Culture

  • May 19, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Brazzaville – Among the diverse communities of indigenous people in African history, there is the pre-colonial kingdom...
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The Remaining Sea Nomads of the Andaman Sea

  • May 12, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Bangkok – The Moken people is one of three groups of sea nomads who roamed the Andaman coast spanning southern ...
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