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Lotus weaving

Lotus weaving was conceived nearly a century ago when a woman named Daw Sa U picked a lotus flower from Inle Lake to offer...

Lacquerware (pan yun)

Myanmar traditional lacquerware emerged in the early part of Bagan Period (eleventh century AD). In Myanmar, it is known as pan yun, which refers...

Sadu

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TshemZo (tailoring)

Rattan and bamboo weaving

Hair embroidery

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Chii (reed screen)

Chii is a tall, stiff, reed type steppe grass, with thin and dense, as if polished, stems. Various items made from it, which were...

Sarawak textiles

The earliest evidence of textiles in Sarawak, located in the west of the island of Borneo, are fragments associated with burials recovered from the...

PHONES & DEVICES

Tapestry (shwe shi hto)

The art of tapestry named shwe chi hto (gold embroidery) seems to be flourished about one thousand years ago. Evidence can be found in...

Puppet (yoke thay)

Myanmar puppet stage is fully developed with drama music, songs and dances. The writer SayaHlaTha Mein wrote in his book, Myanmar Yoke – thayTabin...

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Tamtam (Slit Drums)

Intricately carved large vertical wooden slit drums of stunning appearance are possibly Vanuatu’s best-known art forms in the outside world.  From the island of...

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LhaZo (Painting)

Cói (sedge) crafting

Mogah (Sabah)

FASHION

Puppet (yoke thay)

Earthenware

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Tapestry (shwe shi hto)

The art of tapestry named shwe chi hto (gold embroidery) seems to be flourished about one thousand years ago. Evidence can be found in...

Puppet (yoke thay)

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