Traditional Living of the Kanak People

  • July 28, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Nouméa – A visit to New Caledonia becomes even more fruitful when one immerses in the vibrant local culture of the ...
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A Look into the Chuvash Ethnic History

  • July 21, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Moscow – There may be some conflicts within the Chuvash people’s ethnic origin. However, that does not give them...
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A Story of the Hutu Community

  • July 14, 2020     Joy Marie Salgado

Kigali – Do you know a hero who broke the rules, made fun of the rich and powerful, and insulted the wealthy cattle ...
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