Letter · Apr. 2016 · Bunong (Cambodia)

To the ends of the earth…

After Oceania, Africa, Latin America and Europe, we are pleased to present our first partnership project in Asia. This project is about a New Testament for the Bunong ethnic group, a minority group in Southeast Asia.

They are also called Phnong, the equivalent of “savage” in Cambodian. Some 100,000 of them live in Vietnam and 35,000 in the Mondulkiri province of Cambodia. The latter is called the “Switzerland of Cambodia” because of its two lakes and its spruce hills.

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