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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 in Myanmar. Burmese street hawkers do not use recipe but

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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 nationals and it means silver plate of the finest quality.

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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 to the East indies but it grows wild or is

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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 the landscape. They donate generously to the pagodas and monasteries,

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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

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Min Lan Monti

    Min Lan Monti

There are many Rakhine Monti shops all over the Yangon streets, cheap and expensive among those Min Lan would be

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AKHA

    AKHA

The Akha tribes derived from the ethnic Sino-Thai tribe called the Khe-myaunk who migrated into Myanmar. The Akha were originally

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Myanmar Traditional Food (Mont Lone Yae Baw (Myanmar New Year Snacks)

    Myanmar Traditional Food (Mont Lone Yae Baw (Myanmar New Year Snacks)

Easy do-it-yourself recipes for some Myanmar snacks_traditional delicacies people in Myanmar enjoy eating or drinking during their New Year and

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AKHU

    AKHU

Akhu minority could be seen living at four villages around Kyaington, eastern Shan state and the minority were derived from Akha family, it was thought. Since 200 years beginning of

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