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Next stop, we’re in Lijiang, a small farming village on the shores of Lugu Lake in southwest China, where popular folk musician Guro-duoji is on a mission. He’s part of a minority group – the Moso – who are fighting for their language, Naru, and their culture, surrounded as they are by Han Chinese language and culture. Guro-duoji spoke to reporter Christina Ayele Djossa and the associate producer was Tami Blumenfield. Support for this story was provided by the International Women’s Media Fund (IWMF) through the Kim Wall Memorial Fund.
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