Why are languages and traditions important?
More than 250,000 people were killed by the Asian Tsunami on 26th December 2004 but not one Moken sea gypsy person was killed by the tsunami on Koh Surin in Thailand – why?
What can we learn from this with regards to the challenges that way face through globalisation and interconnections?
Watch this short video about the Moken sea gypsy community in Koh Surin in southern Thailand
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