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Pa'O are the second biggest ethnical group in Shan State. It is assumed that they belong to the Tibeto-Burman line and divide the Karen population. Lowland Pa'O, located in Thaton, and Highland Pa'O, located in Taunggyi. Up to twenty-four Pa'O sub-groups are thought to exist.
2 ] The Pa'O sub-groups are Htee Ree, Jamzam, Jauk Pa'O, Khrai, Khunlon, Khonlontanyar, Kon jam, Loi Ai, Padaung, Pahtom, Pa Nae, Pan Nanm, Nan Kays, Mickon, Miclan,Ta Kyor, Taret, Tahtwe, Tatauk, Taungthar, Tayam, Ta Noe, Warphrarei and Yin Tai . Mae Hong Son province in the north of Thailand because of repeated armed conflict in Myanmar.
Pa'O mainly grow the leaf of the thanapetree, onion, chilli, chive, potatoes, peanut, bean, peanut, lemongrass, lemon peel and almonds. Most of the Pa'O folk are Buddhist, which means that most of their feasts are religious. A few pa'o are Christians, others adhere to the faith of animists.
Throughout the Buddhist Lent from August to October, the Pa'O Youths take part in the Pwe Lip May Bo ceremonial (Pa-O :?????????????????/Burmese:??????????????). It is said that they originate from a shaman (Weakjar) and a woman kite. Burmese Pa'O are usually dressed in either dark or marine blues. Pa'O's old-fashioned look includes a tan, leotard, white top, brown or brown coat and long men's sneakers.
Pa'O's old-fashioned women's suit is made up of five pieces: a shirt, a coat, a longyi covering the knee, a turtleneck and two large, conically formed hairpins. Men as well as woman attach a Pa'O banner to their jackets. The Zawgyi and dragons from their history are represented.
Girls use a stick or baskets made of wood. The lower Myanmar are wearing clothes in the Burmesian way. Meals are boiled to be offered to the friars, and humans are playing cards to keep the deceased company. Ordinary men are buryed while cremating friars. Kanbawza Maung Phone Yee was nicknamed Khun Sein Win and was reborn on August 31, 1948 in the town of North Inya in the Shan state of Myanmar.
His best-known novel, I Want to Say, on the story of Pa'O, was released in 1985. Mr. Brian worked as an editorial writer for the Shan State Peaceful and Development Council's New Bulletin and was a member of the Shan State Women Committee. In 1940-1978, Khun Thar Doon was one of the early record star of Pa'O metal.
In the early 1970s he founded the first Pa'O Contemporary Group. He sang" Tee Ree Ree", a story about Pa'O Solidarität. It is still performed today at folklore parties. People and Pop Music of Myanmar (Burma), Vol. 2. 8] Some of the performers who appear on the album' s covers he has written music.