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Tetsunao Yamamori and Kim-Kwong Chan, "Missiological Ramifications of the Social Impact of Christianity on the Lisu of China," Missiology 26, no.
4) For discussion of conflicts between the Vinaya and Chinese customs, see Tan Shibao, "Cong fojiao ruhua yu zhongguo chuantong lisu wenhua zhi xianghu yingxiang bianhuashi kan weilai," p.
The 126 stunning photographs, all in full colour, show tribes from round the world including the Torajan, Aborigine, Bai Yunnan, Berber, Himba Herero, Masai, Samburu, Turkana Balti, Ladhaki, Bhutanese, Weligama, Lisu, Karen, and Eskimo.
The people featured in the book include the Herero, Masai, Samburu, Turkana, Himba, Berber, Inuit, Balti, Ladhaki, Bhutanese, Weligama, Lisu, Karen, Torajan, Bai Yunnan, and the Aborigine.
Mr Joyce, aged 46, researched his latest book while spending several weeks on the Thai-Burmese border living with the Lisu and Akha tribes.
Les principaux autres groupes sont, en ordre d'importance demographique decroissant, les Han, Bai, Pumi, Lisu et Tibetains (Guo et He 1994 : 2-4).
Nenuk Catholic Church Chief Pastor Timoteus Lisu said there are now only 50 refugees in the church complex, down from the original 1,100 who sought safety there in early September.
The tribes, which have managed to preserve their way of life for thousands of years, include among them the Karen, the Lahu, the Akha, the Mien, the Lisu and the Lawa, who have drifted into northern Thailand from China, Burma and Tibet.
Zhongguo minjian wenhua (di 9 ji) - minjian lisu wenhua yanjiu (Chinese popular culture [volume 9] - research on folk rituals) (Shanghai, 1993), 245-56; Jiang & Wu 1933b: 200; Hu, Zhonghua quanguo fengsu zhi, 2:6:23, 2:1:25.
Visits to several Hill Tribes - the White Meo (or Hmong), the Karen, the Lisu, among others - raised more probing questions.
They are children of the nearby Akha, Lisu, Lahu and Shan hill tribes people, and this is the only way they can learn productive skills, such as sewing, knitting and gardening.