Videos tagged with "missionary"

PL_Meeting 07-05-2011 in Brescia, Italy (24 MB) [02:02]
On May 7, 2011, Father Luigi, and Mr. Krishnapado Munda took part into a meeting at the Monastery of San Cristo, that is the site of the Xaverian Missionaries' activities in Brescia, Italy. They explained that there is a small indigenous group of people called the Munda who live on the edge of the Sundarban Forest, in the very southern part of the Satkhira District, in the South West of Bangladesh. Father Luigi is a Catholic priest from Italy who came to Bangladesh in 1975. He became a missionary in order to work with indigenous people. He is a courageous and committed Christian who has a passion for all of God's children. Father Luigi started his mission with the Munda seven years ago after working with the Rishi people around Chuknagar. Munda is outcast people in Bangladesh, as well as in India. Despite increasing international interest in the works of Baba Ambedkar who invented the term "Dalit", people will often avoid contact or communication with an outcast in those countries, and sometimes even restrain themselves from going near them. In extreme cases, any individual who has sympathy for an outcast, and tries to be friend or socialise with them, may cause themselves to lose popularity, or even become an outcast themselves. Krishnapado is till now the first and only Munda who reached a universitary graduation. He studied Economics at the University of Kuhlna, Bangladesh. He also is till now the first and only Munda who crossed the sea. It was really a pleasure to ...
Tags: Luigi Paggi, Munda, Xaverian, Missionaries, Missonari, Saveriani, Dalit, Baba, Ambedkar, Bangladesh

Rickshaw ride / cam in Dhaka, Bangladesh - Road Junkie Snippets 46 [01:31]
Rickshaws (or rickshas) are a mode of human-powered transport: a runner draws a two-wheeled cart which seats one or two persons. Rickshaws are commonly made with bamboo. The word rickshaw came from Asia where they were mainly used as means of transportation for the social elite. In recent times the use of rickshaws has been discouraged or outlawed in many countries due to concern for the welfare of rickshaw workers.[1] Runner-pulled rickshaws have mainly been replaced by cycle rickshaws and auto rickshaws. The term "rickshaw" is today commonly used for those vehicles as well. The word "rickshaw" originates from the Japanese word jinrikisha (人力車, 人jin = human, 力riki = power or force, 車sha = vehicle), which literally means "human-powered vehicle". Rickshaws were first seen in Japan around 1868, at the beginning of the Meiji Restoration. They soon became a popular mode of transportation, since they were faster than the previously used palanquins (and human labor was considerably cheaper than using horses). The identity of the inventor remains uncertain. Some American sources give the American blacksmith Albert Tolman, who is said to have invented the rickshaw around 1848 in Worcester, Massachusetts for a missionary; others claim that Jonathan Scobie (or Jonathan Goble), an American missionary to Japan, invented the rickshaw around 1869 to transport his invalid wife through the streets of Yokohama.[3] Other scholars think it is Izumi Yosuke, a restaurateur in Tokyo in ...

The Tribes of Myanmar (Burma): Shan State [04:31]
. Shan State in eastern Myanmar is home to many un-reached tribes, including the Palaung, Shan, Intha, Pa-O, Danau, and the Taungyo. Produced by Video Soft. ... Shan Myanmar Burma Palaung Intha Pa-O Danau Taungyo people Asia Harvest China house church missionary mission missions christian christianity hattaway brother yun heavenly man back to jerusalem preachers revival unreached evanglism vietnam laos nepal india cambodia thailand malaysia singapore indonesia japan bangladesh sri lanka ...
Tags: Shan, Myanmar, Burma, Palaung, Intha, Pa-O, Danau, Taungyo, people, Asia, Harvest, China, house, church, missionary, mission, missions, christian, christianity, hattaway, brother, yun, heavenly, man, back, to, jerusalem, preachers, revival, unreached, eva

China's Minority Groups #5: The Dong [09:49]
.asiaharvest.org More then 3 million unreached Dong people live in southern China. Visit their villages and discover their fascinating culture. Produced by The Institute of Chinese Studies. ... Dong China people Asia Harvest house church missionary mission missions christian christianity hattaway brother yun heavenly man back to jerusalem preachers revival unreached evanglism myanmar burma vietnam laos nepal india cambodia thailand malaysia singapore indonesia japan bangladesh sri lanka ...
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China's Minority Groups #8: The Qiang
asiaharvest.org The 300000 Qiang people of Sichuan Province are thought by some to be descendants of one of the lost tribes of Israel. Produced by The Institute of Chinese Studies. ... Qiang China people minority Asia Harvest house church missionary mission missions christian christianity hattaway brother yun heavenly man back to jerusalem preachers revival unreached evanglism myanmar burma vietnam laos nepal india cambodia thailand malaysia singapore indonesia japan bangladesh sri lanka ...
Tags: Qiang, China, people, minority, Asia, Harvest, house, church, missionary, mission, missions, christian, christianity, hattaway, brother, yun, heavenly, man, back, to, jerusalem, preachers, revival, unreached, evanglism, myanmar, burma, vietnam, laos, nepa

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