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2: Are there any WWW sites for Tuva?


This article is from the Tuva FAQ, by Kerry Yackoboski kerryy@nortel.ca with numerous contributions by Bernard Greenberg, Bernard Dubriel, Alan Shrives, Kevin Williams, Albert Kuvezin, Dr Oliver Corff, Mike Vande Bunt, Ralph Leighton, Masahiko Todoriki, Alan Leighton, Ken Simon, and Sami Jansson.

2: Are there any WWW sites for Tuva?

Try the Friends of Tuva site at http://www.FOTuva.org

This has all of the old Friends of Tuva Newsletters, along with all kinds
of neat stuff like the HTML version of this FAQ and numerous photos.

Other recommended sites are:

* Michael Connor's Tuvan rafting trip site at
http://fargo.itp.tsoa.nyu.edu/~connor/catapult/tuva.html feature
photos from a rafting trip to Tuva in the summer of 1995.
* Connie Mueller-Goedecke's Tuva pages at http://www.avantart.com/tuva
feature extensive info on Biosintes, the Shaman Exhibition, electronic
and musical web cards from Tuva, examples of stone carving, Sainkho
Namchylak's homepage with RealAudio, a report and photos from the
shaman exhibition in Antwerp (1998), RealAudio from "Tarbagan Rises on
the Earth" by Todoriki Masahiko and Saga Haruhiko, and much more.
* The official Huun-Huur-Tu WWW site is at http://www.huunhuurtu.com
* The official Sainkho WWW site is at
* The "Central Asian Studies World Wide" WWW page at
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~casww/ provides some useful background
information for the researcher in this area, as does the Leeds
University Centre for Russian, Eurasian and Central European Studies
at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/lucreces/resourc.htm


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