Culture

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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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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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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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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 country in Myanmar. Its botanical name is Cassia Siamea. In

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