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Myanmar People

Almost every Myanmar/Burmese practices Myanmar people culture and traditions till date. Myanmar people are friendly, kind and hospital on all of people as Myanmar people culture. They are kind-hearted people and for example, a good Myanmar Burmese will never swear at the elders whether they are right or wrong. Myanmar Religion is part of the everyday lives of the Myanmar/Burmese people.
Almost every Myanmar/Burmese practices Myanmar people culture and traditions till date. Myanmar people are friendly, kind and hospital on all of people as Myanmar people culture. They are kind-hearted people and for example, a good Myanmar Burmese will never swear at the elders whether they are right or wrong. Myanmar Religion is part of the everyday lives of the Myanmar/Burmese people. Yes, Myanmar people are religious, but they are not overly religious. True Myanmar is sharing, caring, and loving as their Myanmar people culture. What more could you possibly ask for in a person? They are often complimented for their friendly and simple nature. Myanmar people are the most courteous people that one could ever come across. Of course, there are some areas where people in Myanmar/Burma are considered as less fortunate, but let's not go into that, because this should be all about how they should be proud of being a Myanmar.

One of the more exacting aspects to travel in Myanmar is opportunity to experience a corner of Asia that in many ways has changed little since British colonial time. Due to its isolation self imposed and otherwise Myanmar has yet to be completely overwhelmed by outside fashion influences. Many Burmese Myanmar people still sport some vestiges of their Myanmar people culture traditional dress: nowhere else in Sougheast Asia will you see so many sarongs, turbans and other exotic apparel. Ofcouse, these differences in dress are just a hint of the distinctions between Myanmar's diverse ethnic populations. Less obvious to the casual eyes are differences in cultures, customs, languages and religions and Myanmar people culture.

 
Myanmar People Culture

 
Officially Myanmar is divided up into eight "national races" the Barmar, Shan, Mon, Kayin, Kayah, Chin, Kachin and Rakhaing but the Burmese Myanmar government further subdivides these eight groups into 67 subgroups. Ethnologists have suggested that there are actually over 100 distinct groups living in Myanmar. While it would take a hefty tome to give a detailed account of all Myanmar's ethnicities, we've made a list of the groups the average visitor to Myanmar is most likely to encounter or read about.

Keep in mind that intermarriage between some ethnicities is quite common in Myanmar. Individual Burmese Myanmar people are usually quite knowledgeable about their own ethnic background and you'll often encounter Burmese with parents from two different ethnicities. Besides the peoples that are indigenous to Myanmar, you'll also encounter the descendents of peoples who migrated to Myanmar in the not so distant past mostly these are people of Indian, Chinese and Nepalese descent who relocated to Myanmar during the British colonial period. Myanmar is also quite diverse religiously. In Myanmar towns and cities it's not uncommon to see places of worship for Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians all within sight of one another. As in other Southeast Asian countries with ethnically diverse populations, feelings of pride and prejudice have and continue to cause friction between Myanmar's ethnicities. The Burmese outspoken nature can be a boon to traveler who is interested in current ethnic Myanmar people culture relation. Ask a Myanmar Burmese (or a Shan or a Kayin) their opinion about their countrymen of different ethnic or religious back grounds to get an idea of what kinds of challenges governments in Myanmar both past and present-have faced in their efforts to keep the peace and preserve the borders.


For Myanmar culture, Myanmar people traditionally used the right hand for eating in Myanmar. The left hand for personal hygiene, it is preferable to use the right hand when you give something to somebody. At the same time, to use only one hand seems half-hearted, so to show warmth, Myanmar people sometimes use both hands to shake hands. To show more respect when giving something to someone, it is customary to touch the right forearm with your left hand. Beckoning to a Myanmar with one finger curled up is seen as disrespectful. If you have to beckon, do so with your palm down. You do not need appointments to go and visit Myanmar friends home, and don't be surprised if they call on you without notice. Myanmar people typically turn up for enjoyable occasions half an hour early and boring ones, half an hour late. Guests who don't show up at all are usually the ones who couldn't say "no". Don't be surprised to see your Myanmar guests eat dinner as if in a rush and leave right after dessert. When visiting a Myanmar home or office, you are usually served with something to eat or drink as this is Myanmar people culture. It is better to eat and drink a little, even if you don't want it. For Myanmar people, absolute refusals are bad manners.

 
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