NOTE: The owners of following addresses (Exceptions: Some of Buryatia
and 'Raipon') most of
them do not belong
to any of our peoples' member.
That means you get second-hand- informations
when you read the 'pages of the listed addresses. As ones the ethnographer S. M. Shirokogoroff wrote, most done records
must be incomplete (some still circulating documentations are even
wrong) if they came not directly from our people. An extra difficulty
you have if you try to make a record when no use of written language
was common by many northern Asian First People. So the investigator
as foreigner with different mind, spirit, tongue and habitude, being
a non-native writer must mistake and misinterpret quite often what's
important for us.
Glad we are if more writers like the Chukchi Juri Rytcheu (e=yoh
spoken), the Tuva writer Tshinag Galsan or the Kirgiz
Aitmatov could arrive to tell own stories. Unfortunately most of them
doesn't write in own native language in order to wait up major languages
and international publishing-houses for own economical survival and
success. So I did also, hoping that later I'll make it to have my book
in my Evenk mothertongue ones.
nform yourself as we like to hear from you
what's happen on your side.
The theme protection of the last Siberian Tiger keep me busy too.
First the Baykal Tiger was gone, the Caspian Tiger after and soon
our last Manchu Tigers have to be vanished as well? What kind of
race we are?
Same concern I have because of the Manchupanther and the Snowleopard.
What personal I saw in Mongolia gave me no hope