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Title:Traditional Noodle Making Photos
Linguistic and ethnographic documentalion of Western dialecls of Nyenkha spoken in the Phobjikha valley in
Contributor (consultant):Jamtsho
Phub Gyem
Passang Gyem
Contributor (interviewer):Wangchuk
Contributor (photographer):Yangchen
Contributor (recorder):Ugyen
Contributor (researcher):Wangchuk
Description:This photo session contains a number of images taken during the process of Puta (noodle) making with all helpers and research team. It also demonstrates how to prepare the Puta with traditional manner of eating it in traditional way.
Yangchen is a student and lives in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Kurtoekha is her native tongue and employed as a helper for this project.
Jamtsho is a Gup (local leader) of Phobji Gewog (council) and native speaker of Nyenkha. He is employed as a language consultant as well as regional host who selects speaker/language consultant, provide basic facilities (family host) and arrange all necessary things. The research team was really grateful to him for providing all necessary requirements for this ELDP project.
Wangchuk is a PhD researcher at the University of Essex. He is PI, from Phonjikha and a native speaker of Nyenkha.
Ugyen works for the DDC office and employed as RA with Wangchuk Rinzin. He is a native of Tshangla and uses Dzongkha and English as the national language and international language, respectively.
Wangchuk is a PhD researcher at the University of Essex. He isPI, from Phonjikha and a native speaker of Nyenkha.
Yangchen is a student and lives in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. She is a helper and a native speaker of Kurtoekha.
Zangmo is a Nyenkha speaker and shows how to brew traditional local liquor at Phobjikha, Wangduephodrang district.
Pema is a husband of Zangmo and helps her in the process of making local wine for this ELDP survey.
Phub Gyem is a daughter of Zangmo and Pema who helps them in their daily house chores and field works. She also helps them in brewing Ara during our ELDP survey.
Passang Gyem is the grandma of the family and shows how to make traditional noodle making known as Puta in Nyenkha and Dzongkha. She is assisted a number of actors and a number of people involved in this photo session.
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1271948%23
Subject:Procedural Narrative
Nyenkha language
Subject (ISO639):neh


Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1271948
DateStamp:  2019-04-08
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Citation: Yangchen (photographer); Jamtsho (consultant); Wangchuk (interviewer); Ugyen (photographer); Wangchuk (researcher); Ugyen (recorder); Yangchen (recorder); Zangmo (consultant); Pema (consultant); Phub Gyem (consultant); Passang Gyem (consultant). 2018-08-20. Endangered Languages Archive.
Terms: area_Asia country_BT iso639_neh

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Country: Bhutan
Area: Asia

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