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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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AKHA

    AKHA

The Akha tribes derived from the ethnic Sino-Thai tribe called the Khe-myaunk who migrated into Myanmar. The Akha were originally living in China, but moved in search of green pastures.

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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

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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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Taung Thar

    Taung Thar

Taungthar national ribes who reside around Yaw, Magwe region believe that their tribes were of Pyu lineage. But historians thought

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TAING LAI (A) SHAN NI

    TAING LAI (A) SHAN NI

Taing Lai (a) Shan Ni have been settling and living in and around the regions, Myik-kyinar, Bamoh, Moenhyne, Moekaung, Kathar, and Wintho which are plain in Kachin state of Upper

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