Karen People: Life in Picture Preserving Karen Culture

Karen People: Life in Picture Preserving Karen Culture

Karen People - Visit the website to access an informative pdf file: "Karen People: culture, faith & history"

Karen People - Visit the website to access an informative pdf file: "Karen People: culture, faith & history"

Karen is a group of languages spoken by around 3 million people in Burma and Thailand. They are thought to be related to the Tibeto-Burman language family, though it is unclear exactly how. They are spoken by the Karen people, who are also known as Kayin or Kariang in English, Per Ploan Poe or Ploan in Poe Karen, and Pwa Ka Nyaw or Kanyaw in Sgaw Karen, and who live mainly in Karen State in the south and southeast of Burma (Myanmar), and also in Thailand. (...)

Karen is a group of languages spoken by around 3 million people in Burma and Thailand. They are thought to be related to the Tibeto-Burman language family, though it is unclear exactly how. They are spoken by the Karen people, who are also known as Kayin or Kariang in English, Per Ploan Poe or Ploan in Poe Karen, and Pwa Ka Nyaw or Kanyaw in Sgaw Karen, and who live mainly in Karen State in the south and southeast of Burma (Myanmar), and also in Thailand. (...)

An organization serving the Karen people of the Twin Cities.

An organization serving the Karen people of the Twin Cities.

Another resettlement agency with many services for refugees. Information about people from Bhutan, former Soviet Union, Somalia, Liberians, Hmong, Iraqis etc.  Gardening program

Another resettlement agency with many services for refugees. Information about people from Bhutan, former Soviet Union, Somalia, Liberians, Hmong, Iraqis etc. Gardening program

Karen People Drum

Karen People Drum

As a companion to Letters from Burma, Megan read this. It focusses on the plight of the Karen people in Burma.

As a companion to Letters from Burma, Megan read this. It focusses on the plight of the Karen people in Burma.

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