Tigrayan and Their Rich Value for Language

  • November 24, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Addis Ababa – Communication is an integral aspect of any ethnic community worldwide. Language creates and strengthens the bonds among a group of people, which helps in the preservation and cultivation of their cultural identity. This is ...
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Isle of Man and its Manx Language

  • November 03, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Douglas – Any visitor is sure to enjoy a delightful time in the Isle of Man, where basking sharks and Manx cats live. The island is a relatively small one, located in the Irish Sea, just off the northwest coast of England. Travelers visit...
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Irish Travellers: Family and Community

  • October 27, 2020     Joy Marie Salgado

Dublin – Identified as a close-knit community, the Irish Travellers (also known as Pavees or Mincieri) have endured centuries of living on the margins of mainstream Irish settlements and modern society. There are Travellers in Northern ...
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The Cajuns of Louisiana

  • October 20, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Bienvenue en Louisiane! Baton Rouge, La. – A familiar sign written in French greets every traveler while passing through southern Louisiana. Louisiana French is spoken by the Cajun ethnic groups whose culture is influenced by its French ...
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The Catholic Church’s Role in Timorese Society

  • October 13, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Dili – After 450 years of Portuguese rule and more than 20 years of Indonesian occupation, Timor-Leste, also known as East Timor, officially declared its independence in May 2002. The struggle for independence by the Timorese was a long ...
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The Revival of the Aboriginal Tasmanian

  • October 06, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Canberra – Once thought of as extinct, Australia’s Aboriginal Tasmanian people are taking back their identity and reviving their lives in historical records. They are the people who live in the Bass Strait in the rural and urban ...
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Meet the Aymara of South America

  • September 30, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

La Paz – Centuries-old culture and tradition continue to flourish in the communities of the Aymara people of South America. Despite modern challenges, there are many victories in the lives of the Aymara as they pass on their ethnic ...
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The Japanese Migration in Brazil

  • September 15, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Brasília – The South American country of Brazil is currently home to nearly two million Japanese Brazilians. These immigrants arrived approximately 112 years ago, forming the largest Japanese population in the world outside of Japan. ...
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Know more about the Muskogee

  • September 08, 2020     Joy Marie Salgado

Oklahoma City – The Muskogee people (also known as Muscogee, Mvskoke, or Creek Indians) live in eastern Oklahoma. They used to occupy the flatlands of Georgia and Alabama. It is good to begin learning about the indigenous group by knowing...
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Bashkir People of Bashkortostan

  • September 01, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Moscow – The Bashkir people live in Bashkortostan, a Central Asian constituent republic of Russia. They are known to be Turkic people who settled in the eastern part of Russia, where their territories lie from the Middle Volga to the Ural...
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