Blame the older generation for death of our culture

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A couple sitting at dinner table eating with their children. Culture can only be kept alive if parents and elders pass it down to as many young people as possible.

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What you need to know:

  • Nowadays, unlike the old good days, people are not interested and have no time to learn their culture.
  • The good thing, however, is that the custodians of culture are very willing to transfer this knowledge us.

During the recent midterm break, I made a weekend sojourn to the village. Comments of how big I had grown were common. However, one thing struck me: I realised I only knew a stammering of the cultural practices of my clan.

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