Burma Human Tales Elena Brunello

BURMA | Kayin State along the Thanlwin River



Rice farmers on the Thanlwin river

The Republic of Myanmar is inhabited by different ethnic groups. More than a half of the country belongs to the Bamar while more than 90% of the population professes itself a Buddhist. However, other groups like the Shan, the Kachin, the Chin, the Rakhine, the Intha, the Mon, the Kokang and the Rohingya, are also considered as major ethnicities.

Photo taken in Jan. 2015 © Elena Brunello

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