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we are akha.
23 Mar 2010
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Burma is populated by hilltribes they are borderless and wander from Vietam,Lao,Thailand and Cambodia. These particular hilltribes live on the grounds of a hugh Motel and are working as a tourist attraction. The live work and play on the corner of the Motel. I paid $10.00us to meet them.Managed to get some laughs from these folk. Enjoy the music
14 Feb 2007
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(1888PressRelease) Entertainment's Next Green Move: Thai Tribe's Development
31 Mar 2010
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very nice song and dance Injoy friends
30 Aug 2018
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Here are a few good hill tribe villages we like to visit in the Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai area including Yao, Akha and Lahu.
18 Feb 2010
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This is a short film I wrote, directed, and appeared in, alongside almost every Thai comedian I've had the pleasure to be friends with. Lahu Funnyman premiered at the Hilltribe Film Festival and won one of two awards given for the short film category (the other award was won by Nat, the cameraman for a travel show I co-host!). Lahu Funnyman is in Thai, with some Lahu and English. It's a story about a tribal person who takes offense at a racial slur by a comedian on TV and thus becomes determined to get right up there on the TV, where he can faithfully represent his culture and make it look good. Lahu Funnyman stars "Yaka Champion", the stage name for Yaka, from the Lahu hilltribe village on Yafu Mountain in Chiang Rai, Thailand. While on Yafu Mountain Yaka struck me as a fun guy who could be just as fun on film, so I asked him to be in this movie. During the filming of Lahu Funnyman Yaka actually did a number of performances with a comedy group I co-founded, and was really funny even though he'd never been in any kind of staged show before. This film was produced for the Mirror Art Foundation (an awesome charity, check them out at www.hilltribe**** and www.mirrorartgroup****!)and made possible through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. Because the film was for charity many famous comedians were happy to make cameo appearances free of charge. The music for the film is from the Akha hilltribe. It was great to win an award, but I still wish I had had more time, more funding, and some production assistance. If there's enough interest I'd be more than happy to work with a professional editor to create a new "Director's Cut." It would increase the running time to about 15 minutes and include more cameos by other comedians. So, everyone please let me know what you think. Otherwise I'll be busy working on my current project, a fun travel show for Thailand and SEAsia which you can check out on my metacafe channel.
15 Apr 2007
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Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akti or Akha Teej, is annual spring time festival of the Hindus and Jains. It falls on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of Vaisakha month. It is observed regionally by Hindus and Jains in India and Nepal,[3][4] as signifying the "third day of unending prosperity"
18 Apr 2018
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