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WATU: Comic Cross-Cultural Clashes from Africa

eBook (PDF), 232 Pages
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WATU is Swahili for "people." These 24 unbelievably funny short stories about cross-cultural life in East Africa were written by a Westerner working in His Majesty's Foreign Service who has lived there for 33 years. The book relates various clashes between the author’s Western culture of birth and his African culture of choice. This clash of cultures can often be quite funny, depending on one’s perspective. Within these pages you’ll read about the man who drank tea with ghosts and the baby who could type a letter, as well as see the bride who was sold for 168 cows. You’ll also learn why African women want to be fat, and you'll discover how the roads are controlled by sleeping policemen. These true stories will provide you with many laughs, as well as give you an appreciation of life in a totally different culture. So read, laugh and learn. If we make an effort to see things from the other person’s perspective, we’ll make the world a better... More > place for us all.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
clairjatglobaloutreachdotorg
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
232
File Format
PDF
File Size
13.93 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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