Kachin Bible AKA Jingpho Language Bible / Choi Pra Ai Chyum Laika A Ga Shaka Ningnan
Printed in Japan 63
Black Vinyl bound
The Kachin people inhabit the Kachin Hills in northern Burma’s Kachin State and neighbouring areas of China and India. More than half of the Kachin people identify themselves as Christians – while a significant minority follow Buddhism and some also adhere to animism. Kachin state is also known as the land of jades and gold. The Jingpo people or Kachin people [kətɕɪ̀ɴ lù mjó]; Chinese: 景颇族; pinyin: Jǐngpō zú; also Jingpo or Singpho; endonyms: Jinghpaw, Tsaiva, Lechi, Theinbaw, Singfo, Chingpaw, are an ethnic. The Jingpo form one of the 56 ethnic groups officially recognized by the People’s Republic of China, where they numbered 147,828 people in the 2010 census.
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