Who Are The Burmese?
The Karen, pronounced Kah- Ren, are indigenous to the Thailand-Burma border region in Southeast Asia and are one of the many ethnic groups in Burma. Traditionally, most Karen people are farmers who cultivate “hill rice”. They live in villages that are in the forest. Houses are made exclusively of bamboo and thatch. A nearby stream or river may provide a topographic point for villagers to bathe, do washing, and collect drinking water. Life follows a seasonal practice of planting and harvesting rice.
Who Is The Faith Media Team?
Burmese Karen team – The Faith Media Center was establish at the end of 2015 in Kyaukki, Burma with the aim to produce original movies.