Mini Ethnographic Reflection

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I began my observation to write a mini ethnographic essay in the extraordinary hall described in the introduction part of this account. As novice and stranger in the designated area, I found myself in the middle of a massive hall with few people unevenly scattered in the room. Likewise, I wisely made a decision to sit in a front desk where I thought would be the best position to interrogate what happens in the room. Shortly, after sitting on a wooden chair, I started to read a book to pretend as if I also have something to read. Then in few minutes of time, a loud sound from outside saying “selet al-Isha ya Welid” conquered the silence in the Great Hall. I, immediately, shifted my attention to a conversation between young adults speaking with
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