Akha


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a Loloish language

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A journalist from Vietnam tries the Akha swing at the Doi Pha Mee village in the Chiang Rai highlands.
The full list: Bamar (5), Karen (5), Chin (3), Shan (3), Pa-O (2), Rakhine (2), Lisu (2), Akha, Intha, Kachin, Kayan, Lahu, Mon, Rawang (1).
The Akha are a hill tribe that, over several hundred years, has been pushed and pulled throughout the "Golden Triangle" between Burma, Yunnan province in China, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand.
And I'm not Thai but I have several Akha hats that look particularly good when horribly drunk.
Comparison of Pap Smear Screening Results between Akha Hill Tribe and Urban Women in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.
The problem with government and other child marriage prevention groups is that their focus of action is on Akshay tritiya or Akha teej (An auspicious day for Hindus and Jains).
DESPITE a blanket ban on performing child marriages across the country, startling reports have revealed that over a dozen child marriages took place on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya or Akha Teej and in the remaining six- days of April in Madhya Pradesh, despite the state government asking the collectors to make proper arrangements in their respective districts to ensure that no child marriages takes place.
The Akha live in the Shan hills near Kengtung in bamboo stilt houses.
18) There were some name changes from 1995 to 2005 census, for example, the Kor, as named in 1995, was renamed as the Akha in 2005.
Kolkata: The death of Akha Salouni in South Delhi, the 29-year-old Information Technology worker from Manipur has called a major furore in the state, as residents demand justice and security of its people in the national capital.
14 Thomas D Rutkowsk Arnold SM Miller CN Wu J Li J Gunnison KM Amir KM Akha S Raden D Kaufman RJ.
gasaros Akha kis di sisen tama ha knaosas Akha hasa.
Sturgeon, "Governing Minorities and Development in Xishuangbanna, China: Akha and Dai Rubber Farmers as Entrepreneurs", Geoforum 41 (2010): 318-28.
Doi Chaang Coffee Company, along with non-profit organization Food for the Hungry Canada and others, sent more than 230 new and used pieces of medical supplies to Doi Chaang Coffee farmers, the indigenous Akha Hill Tribe, in Northern Thailand's Doi Chaang Village.