Should betelnut sales be banned from house fronts?September 14 2008 at 5:57 PM
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In Papua New Guinea, the chewing of betelnut is very popular.Children ranging from age 5 years and above chew betelnuts right up to the very elderly.The betelnut consists of a green husk and a white nut.The betelnut ( buai) is chewed with mustard ( daka) and kambung (lime) to make it red.The term buai is said to have come from East New Britain languages and nowadays it is widely used.The beginning of when Papua New Guineans started chewing is unknown.Betelnut sales should be banned from house fronts.This essay will support this position by arguing that betelnut sals cause house fronts to look like a market place which is not good, itso makes the house front look filthy and untidy and also the spitting of betelnut can cause unknown diseases to spread to the household.
By: Simple Babe.