|Location:||Papua New Guinea|
|Subject:||Culture change; pig festivals;|
|Producer:||PNG Department of Information and Extension Services|
|Description:||The Naregu people of Papua New Guinea used to perform their pig ceremony every five to eight years, but western influence is said to have contributed to a gap of seventeen years between this ceremony and the previous one. Despite times of rapid change, the ceremony still illustrates the economic, social, and cultural practices of the area.|
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