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Item ID
WH01-MJ039
Title WDN's narrative about changing dwelling place because a tiger preyed on a dog
Description This is a real story about changing dwelling place because a tiger preyed on a dog near a fire pit in this dwelling place. The deceased people thought that it was a bad omen so they decided to move to another place. But the younger generation moved back and something bad happened one by one unexpectedly.
Origination date 2019-12-04
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WH01/MJ039
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Collector
Wei Han
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Dialect
Region / village Mangjing Shangzhai, Lancang County
Originating university Shanghai Normal University
Operator Wei Han
Data Categories primary text
Data Types Event
Discourse type narrative
Roles Wei Han 韩蔚 : researcher
WDN 伍丁南 : speaker
DOI 10.26278/XJ9P-S096
Cite as Wei Han (collector), Wei Han 韩蔚 (researcher), WDN 伍丁南 (speaker), 2019. WDN's narrative about changing dwelling place because a tiger preyed on a dog. MPEG/MP4/MXF/X-WAV. WH01-MJ039 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/XJ9P-S096
Content Files (4)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
WH01-MJ039-01.mp3 audio/mpeg 3.73 MB 00:04:04.618
WH01-MJ039-01.mp4 video/mp4 301 MB 00:04:04.308
WH01-MJ039-01.mxf application/mxf 3.73 GB
WH01-MJ039-01.wav audio/x-wav 135 MB 00:04:04.602
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Collection Information
Collection ID WH01
Collection title Recordings of Waic languages spoken in Yunnan, China
Description These recordings started being collected in 2015 in Ximeng County (西盟县), Lancang County (澜沧县), Menghai County (勐海县) and Shuangjiang County (双江县). The speakers are officially identified as Wazu (佤族) and Bulangzu (布朗族) which actually include some different but relatively related ethnic groups who have different autonyms and speak mutually unintelligible languages. According to the current study, these languages are classified into the Waic branch of the Mon-Khmer family, ultimately belonging to the Austro-Asiatic phylum.
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Access Information
Edit access Julia Colleen Miller
Tina Gregor
Wei Han
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Data access conditions Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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