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Myanmar Shan minorities fight to conserve Myanmar heritage | Myanmar News
Hsai Leng, a musicalian, sees song not only as a pastime, but also as a vocation. An ex-goldier, Leng has exchanged his weapon for the mike to persuade his own tribe, Myanmar's Shan majority, to protect their ethnical tradition. The Shan have been fighting with other majorities against Myanmar for more than 50 years for the right to practice their own culture.
"I' d like to ask the music to draw people's attentions to our nation." In Myanmar, a new bill was passed last year that allows for the first-ever broadcasting of local language programs by local communities. "Nang Seng Reun of Wan Hai says, "Our music is very important for our audiences because some folks, like expecting mothers, don't know what to do with their wellbeing.
In spite of progress in lifting censure, minorities are of the opinion that more needs to be done to protect their culture and introduce the use of ethnical tongues in state schooling. "Shan is part of our nationality," says Nang Jam Kham of New Generation High. It'?s important that we stick to our Shan language."
Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi has established a new Department of Human itarian issues to resolve these issues. In Myanmar, after many years of armed domination, the minority groups are optimistic that they will at last receive the respect they seek.