some outlying districts where there are retarded developments of
culture due to lack of intercommunication and new ideas, the
people are still in their primitive state, quite in contrast to
the progress in the capital, towns and cities. In these
progressive parts "old times are changed, old manners gone"
and a new type of cultures fills its place. This is a sign of
progress but it must come gratdually. Adapt the old to the new
but not in a revolutionary way. The new cultures have also their
dangers with problems to be solved, because people take too much
interest in politics. To adopt new cultures wholly unsuited to
the needs which are peculiar to, and characteristic of each
particular place is a danger. Culture ought to be varied with
characteristics of its own in each locality and area,
harmonizing, however, with the whole-a unity in diversity.