GOOD FOOD;GOOD FRIENDS by hcj

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									          ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO MAKE FRIENDS, TO SHARE
                  & TO LEARN DIFFERENT CULTURES.




By:
Sri Hariyatmi
Haskell Indian Nations University
Lawrence, Kansas
Haskell Indian Nations University.

 Serves the educational need of Amerind and
  Alaska Native people from across the US.
 Elementary teacher education,AIS,business
  administration and environmental science.
 Students represent federally recognized
  tribes from across the US and as are as
  culturally diverse as imaginable.
American Indian?
How Do They Look like?
Do They live in a Teepee?
Do They Ride a Horse?
Do They Hunt for Their Food?
What Do They Speak?
How to Build Mutual
Understanding with Them?
Learn Their Culture       Share my Culture
 Life style               Indonesia in general
 Language                 Solo (Central Java) in a
 General Attitudes and     Specific Way.
    Values
   Population
   Cultural art
   Family
   Food
Consist of different tribes who live all over the coutry
     whose language,life style,religion/traditional
                                             .
        belief,dance,and culture are different
Most of Them are no longer Live in Traditional
Houses (Hogan or Tee Pee in Arizona and
Montana).
They Cook in the Kitchen
They Eat (sometimes)Tortilas
They Look Like One of Us
They Ride a Car
    Merci, syukran, arigato,
obregado, na ngua def,danke,
      xie xie, lila wo pila,
                  gracias...

								
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