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    Yeferline G: A folk culture is the lifestyle of a culture that revovles around traditions passed down by generations. This is an Amish family. They are a great example of folk culture because they stay true to their traditions and ignore outside influences.

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    Traditional farming practices adapted to mountain cultures and livelihoods, such as terracing, continue to be used by people throughout the Himalaya. - Credit: Jesse Lewis

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    Morning Exercise, Shanghai - Early risers perform traditional morning exercises on the Bund, Shanghai’s famous riverfront boulevard. Stretching and low-impact exercise have been staples in Chinese culture for centuries. - Photograph by Justin Guariglia

    This is a traditional dance of Sweden, performed in the middle of nowhere, Kansas (Lindsborg). Lindsborg, Kansas is also known as Little Sweden, where the Swedish people in the United States can gather to try to preserve and revive their culture in the midst of America. Katie W

    Norwegian culture is more than wearing bunads and parading on the 17th of May, and, as Culture Minister Hadia Tajik suggests, is undergoing constant change.

    Fiji - where Melanesian culture mixes with Polynesian, and age-old traditions endure. You will be welcomed with a traditional kava ceremony and a colorful native dance performance!