The state of Manipur lies at the furthest extremes of northeastern India. It has been at the crossroads of Asian economic and cultural exchange for more than 2,500 years, it is a region rich in ancient cultural traditions. The Christian population in this state is unique in that it is on par with that of the Hindu at approximately 41%. The area is not free of tribal tensions, which have erupted in violent episodes threatening the stability of the region. Jonas Soto interviews Sister Genevieve from the Franciscan Clarists congregation who works in Manipur India.