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- Myanmar's “Giraffe Women,” Embodying A Vanishing Custom
- "We need a master plan for maintaining this cultural heritage," says Kyaw Than, an advisor at a Kayan cultural preservation group. "Giving jobs to these women at hotels is not a solution to maintaining the culture.
- Burma election: voters cast ballots amid hope and foreboding
- A Kayan woman, from one of Myanamr's ethnic minority groups, shows her ink- A lady shows her ink-stained finger after she voted, in front of a polling station in Panpet Photo: Reuters.
- Victory predicted for Suu Kyi party as polls close in Burma
- Loyalists of Aung San Suu Kyi erupted in cheers on the streets of Burma today as results trickled in from the country's landmark elections. Thousands of National League for Democracy (NLD) supporters filled the streets of Rangoon wearing red and waving ...
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