Young Women in Myanmar Shunning Traditional Neck Rings
(VOA): For hundreds of years, Kayan women in Myanmar have worn coiled bronze rings around their necks, a traditional and customary symbol of beauty. But a new generation of women from one of Asia's most distinctive ethnic minorities is choosing not to follow in the fashion footsteps of their long-necked ancestors. VOA's Julie Taboh has more.
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