The hope of Tabo
Now Lahu villages are changing and developing according to the city. Communities that want to maintain their self-respect must adapt by comparing themselves with social conditions outside. Tabo, the religious leader of the Lahu in Jalae village, wants to know what the situation will be for the culture and traditions of the village in the future. For this reason, he exchanges with other Lahu outside the village about their culture and traditions. He travels by motorcycle with a driver. He goes to places that have other Lahu tribes and exchanges with them. They stay there for one night. He feels that these places are like his family. He talks about the culture that he knows to the other villagers, while he learns new things that he didnít know from the others also. Tabo is concerned that if he dies, that someone will take responsibility from him and from God.