• Creator
  • Wo. Sisuro
  • Created Date
  • 1998-03
  • Description
  • The author illustrates the indigenous culture of Tai people in Northeastern Thailand. When settling in any areas, Tai people usually reserves a patch of forest near their community as the shelter for their ancestors' spirits. Because of the sacredness of the land, the villagers would not encroach into the forest, kill any animal in that area, or commercialize it. As a result, the forest become abundant resources for food and herbal medicine fo... more
    The author illustrates the indigenous culture of Tai people in Northeastern Thailand. When settling in any areas, Tai people usually reserves a patch of forest near their community as the shelter for their ancestors' spirits. Because of the sacredness of the land, the villagers would not encroach into the forest, kill any animal in that area, or commercialize it. As a result, the forest become abundant resources for food and herbal medicine for the villagers. less
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  • text
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