Myanmar working girls

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Myanmar working girls photos

Mostly with an attractive appearance and a feminine oriental style, most come in long clothing. It is interesting to see many mixtures coming up by evolution over hundreds of yours, with distinctive Indian, European and Chinese influence. Actually the later is rather normal because most people in the country came in from China a few thousand years ago anyway, it's a bit similar as in neighboring Thailand.

What most youngsters have in common is

they are poor and it is often very sad to watch them working already at very young age. Often they have to do quite hard work like carrying stone on roadwork's.  Because of the social circumstances they must work within the family to get some income. Many of them even from remote corners move to the big cities such as Yangon and Mandalay and try their luck. The worst what I have seen was the small kids of around 10 years carrying heavy loads of stones at roadwork's, this is also the same with the boys there is no difference.

The hardest life they have in the remote areas such as Chin State which is totally neglected by the central government, almost no reasonable roads and infrastructure is available only around new years the tourists come in to have a look at the Naga New Year festival.

The Naga and Chin show their dance program and everyone is impressed, that happens north west of Mandalay.

road working girls
Children working between Yangon and Bago, actually it looks like this everywhere.

The country has around 130 ethnic minorities,

there are always some festivities going on as with this dancing Naga girls.

 

Here is a Kayan or Padaung kid with here mother they are living in Shan State
near Inle Lake.
kayan or padaung girl
 

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