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Ethnic minorities of Burma: The Enn

By , posted on: March 24, 2014
The Enn highlanders are one of Burma and Shan State’s most fascinating ethnic groups. Many other minorities of southern Shan State may well have been encountered by visitors in Laos or Northern Thailand, but the Enn – sometimes written Ann or Eng – are unique to Burma and indeed to the Kengtung region. The Enn are also one of the most traditional ethnic groups found in Burma. The Enn are a part of the Mon-Khmer linguistic family, along with their neighbours the Palaung, Loi and […] » read more



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