Mysterious matriarchal society on Lake Luguhu
Where Sichuan and Yunnan province borders, there is a high-mountain Lake Luguhu, which attracts people not only with its bright waters, but also the indigenous people of this area, t.To. They preserved the matriarchal system to this day. People are very interesting to the morals and customs of the people of Mosi – indigenous people living here from generation to generation. Mososians – Friendly and hospitable people with an open soul. They are very hardworking and cheerful. Therefore, visitors of these edges have always admired their dancing and songs and always left these places.
Mososians, mostly live in the districts of Ninlan Province Yunnan and Yanyuan Province of Sichuan, the border between which is held on the shores of the Jinshasian River, in the Baytseyb area. This is one of the peoples living around Lake Luguhu. For Mosostev, this is a lake Mother. Resisting on the eastern shore of the lake (Sichuan Province) belong to Mongolian nationality, and those living in the West Bank (Yunnan Province) relate to Nasi Nationality. But they live and together in the town of Yunninbazzia. Mosius people have no written language, but has its own language, which refers to the Sino-Tibetan group of languages (the language branch of the Nationality of the Tibetan-Burmese group). Mosius in ancient times called herself "On" or "Nazh". In the ancient chronicles "Sangocha" (Troherezarnia 220-265..), "Hukhuhanshu" (Eastern Han Dynasty 25-220) and DR. It was recorded that the ancestors of the people of Mose were ancient nomads of one of the branches living in China, the Nationality of Qiang. Throughout a long time, Mosaites living in the vicinity of Lake Luguhu are conducted by a semi-seated and half-hour lifestyle. Currently, many domestic and foreign tourists come here, who attract the mysterious lake and mysterious Moshai culture. Modern life made a novelty to the life of this people, and tourism becomes one of the sources of their income.
Daily, early in the morning, young mososses go to work. Their work is to provide services to tourists. Mososians. Luguhu residents adhere to the principle of equitable distribution, including old and small, and believe that a man and woman should take part in labor at an equal basis. People live in consent and are satisfied in this way of life.
Mososians live together. In China, this is the only nationality that has been preserved its primitive purchase system and which has a matriarchy. To this day, the unique traditional culture of the matriarchal society has been preserved, including the surviving custom, the so-called "Johun", existing over a thousand years. And although modern life, together with the increasing flow of tourists, has already powerfully contributes new concepts and culture of this people, these customs are still tightly held. (Note: "Johun" means marriage in the family of the bride, where the groom stays overnight, but then goes to his parents. Husband can come to his wife for the night, but should not live in the family of his wife.)