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Toddy Candy And Nectar

    Toddy Candy And Nectar

There are few trees which man needs in so many ways, more so in Myanmar as the toddy palm. She (may I liken her to a graceful damsel of the

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DANU

    DANU

Danu tribes were in Tibeto-Burman and settled mingled with other tribes around at Pindaya, Pwehla, Ywargngan, Yakesauk, southern Shan state. Besides, Danu tribes could be seen residing at the cities:

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Ka-yaw

    Ka-yaw

Kayaw are an ethnic group present in Kayah State. Nestled in a valley about 20 miles south of Loikaw, Ho-Ya is a village of about 300 residents belonging to the

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Shan

    Shan

Ninety five per cent of the Shan tribes are Therevada Buddhists, so there are many pagodas, monasteries and prayer halls scattered to the pagodas and monasteries, no matter how little

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Me:Zali, Salad in Tazaungmon

    Me:Zali, Salad in Tazaungmon

     Me:zali is a medium size tree providing edible leaves and flower buds, grow wild or grown across the

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Steamed Glutinous Rice [Kauk Hnyin Paung]

    Steamed Glutinous Rice [Kauk Hnyin Paung]

The Seventh lunar month of Thadingyut (October) is a month of many events. It is the time when the South

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Inntha

    Inntha

Inlay region where Innther reside has quite a lot of ancient Pagodas and monasteries. Phaungtawoo Pagoda at Namhu village is

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Shwe Hta Min

    Shwe Hta Min

‘Shwe Hta Min’ is a popular Myanmar traditional dessert made with gultinous rice. Shwe Hta Min has a sweet taste

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Kaunt-Mont

    Kaunt-Mont

Kaunt-Mont is a thin crispy crepe that is made from batter of rice and lentils. You can buy this snack

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Ta-ang (palaung)

    Ta-ang (palaung)

The Ta-ang (Palaung) live in a number of places in Myanmar, mainly in northern/southern Shan State, Kutkhaing, Muse, Namasang region, Kalaw region and southern Shan State . Their main home is Namsang town in the

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