The Shamans of Paris – Roads & Kingdoms

Ly Nya Tcha meets me at the train station in Louvres, a town located about 20 miles north of Paris. With his lightly accented French, plain clothes, and jovial manner, Ly resembles the thousands of commuters who enter Paris each day on the RER. However, one thing does set Ly apart: he is a Hmong […]

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Bobohizans: The shamans of Sabah teeter between old and new worlds | Life | Malay Mail Online

In other districts, some of the Bobohizan are practising Christians and Muslims and somehow marry the two religions. – See more at:

Bobohizans: The shamans of Sabah teeter between old and new worlds | Life | Malay Mail Online