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CHIN

Chin Tribes are divided into three groups; the Northern Chin, the Central Chin and the Southern Chin. The Central and Southern Chin women used to tattoo their cheeks from the

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Mro

    Mro

At Saidin, the head of the creek and valley region, and saddle of Mayu mountain range, in Maungtaw District in Rakhine State, are the Mro; one of the tribes of

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Rakhine

    Rakhine

Mrauk Oo was the last Royal Kingdom of the Rakhine Dynasty. The ancient royal walls, moat and strongholds are still there, giving a reminder of the customs, traditions, belief and

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Flora in Myanmar Culture Toddy Palm

    Flora in Myanmar Culture Toddy Palm

Toddy palm is Myanmar native that grows wild or is cultivated in any part of the country. But the dry zones especially Bagan, Pakokku, Monywa, Shwe Bo, Sagaing, Mandalay, Meikhtila

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Myanmar Traditional Snacks Today

    Myanmar Traditional Snacks Today

in Ma Yar is a kind of Burmese Street Food and so delicious. These delicious corner snacks are many common

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Kayan Kangan

    Kayan Kangan

A Kayan national tribe, called “Yin Baw” lives in Demauso Township. Their name was given to them by the Shan

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Flora in Myanmar Culture: Coconut

    Flora in Myanmar Culture: Coconut

Coconut is the fruit of a coconut palm which is a tall tree. Botanically termed “cocos nucifera, it is native

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SHAN

    SHAN

Ninety-five percent of the Shan tribes are Therevada Buddhists, so there are many pagodas, monasteries and prayer halls scattered around

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Rakhine Monti

    Rakhine Monti

Monti is a kind of Rakhine food. It mainly includes Rakhine-style noodles, flaked fish both raw or fried, garlic and

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Flora in Myanmar Culture TEA

    Flora in Myanmar Culture TEA

Tea is Myanmar native flora-a shrub type plants growing wild or being cultivated mostly on the Shan plateau but now spreading to other hilly places in Kachin and Chin and

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