Chimbu Skeleton Dancers

The Skeleton Warriors Of Papua New Guinea. Stories .... these are chimbu skeleton warrior dancers, really scary but interesting.

ASARO MUD MEN

The term "Mudmen" of Papua New Guinea's Asaro tribe, also known as the Holosa, refers to a tradition of a costume centered around masks made of mud. They live nearby the village of Goroka in the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea.

The Huli are an indigenous people who live in the Hela Province of Papua New Guinea. They speak primarily Huli and Tok Pisin; many also speak some of the surrounding languages, and some also speak English. They are one of the largest cultural groups in Papua New Guinea, numbering over 250,000 people.

HULI WIGMEN
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