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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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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 the choice for both local and foreigner. Min Lan is

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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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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 Thingyan Water-throwing days. You can make Mont Lone Yae Baw

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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

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Jinghpaw

    Jinghpaw

The Jinghpaw are a subset of the Kachin people and largely inhabit in the Kachin state, Northern Myanmar and neighbouring

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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 scattered to the pagodas and monasteries, no matter how little

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