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77K Jpeg Tea has been treated in hot water and is being drained in Pein Ne Bin village, a Silver Palaung village, near Kalaw in southwestern Shan State. Note the woman wearing traditional Silver Palaung clothing and a velvet decorated with woollen bobbles. This hat is reputed to be worn by young girls and unmarried women. This woman would appear to be with her baby and husband! The baby is wearing a pieced hat.
Tea has been treated in hot water and is being drained in Pein Ne Bin village, a Silver Palaung village, near Kalaw in southwestern Shan State. Note the woman wearing traditional Silver Palaung clothing and a velvet decorated with woollen bobbles. This hat is reputed to be worn by young girls and unmarried women. This woman would appear to be with her baby and husband! The baby is wearing a pieced hat.
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