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Refugees along the Thai border

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The Kayan, sometimes referred to as the Padaung, are a tribal people who are currently refugees in Thailand in the province of Mae Hong Son. They wear distinctive brass rings on their necks, which give the appearance of elongation, which is considered a mark of beauty. They are refugees due to the Burmese Army fighting the minority people in Northern Burma.
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The Kayan, sometimes referred to as the Padaung, are a tribal people who are currently refugees in Thailand in the province of Mae Hong Son. They wear distinctive brass rings on their necks, which give the appearance of elongation, which is considered a mark of beauty. They are refugees due to the Burmese Army fighting the minority people in Northern Burma.