Long- Neck Kayan Women of Myanmar-Photographer Ye Aung Thu

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  • Hola Magda,

    Vaya que los patrones culturales son MUY diversos en todo el mundo. Trátese de tradiciones, vanidad, costumbres, etc. pero creo que NO ha de ser muy cómodo para las mujeres llevar estos collares.


    Saludos desde México.
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  • Their beauty is based on the inhumane,but also the traditional customs,we can not comment, great presentation, I like to slide 20 27,thank you Magda.Have a nice day!
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  • Horror !!! ...parece que cuanto más collares, mayor atractivo de la mujer. He leído que en las rx´ se aprecia que no se trata del aumento de la separación de las vértebras cervicales, sino que los collares oprimen la clavícula hacia abajo incluyendo las costillas, creando así el efecto de un cuello muy estirado. Buenísima e interesante presentación, Magdalena. Muchas gracias. Deseo una agradable semana.
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  • @johndemi Of course, it does not seem at all comfortable.Thanks a lot dear John.Many hugs.
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  • I guess they get used to it,but it looks awfully uncomfortable,interesting,thanks Magdalena,hugs.
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Long- Neck Kayan Women of Myanmar-Photographer Ye Aung Thu

  1. 1. Myanmar Women of the Kayan tribes identify themselves by their forms of dress. Women of the Kayan Lahwi tribe are well known for wearing neck rings, brass coils that are placed around the neck, appearing to lengthen it. The women wearing these coils are known as "giraffe women" to tourists

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