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  • 1 Keng Tung — is the most extensive of the Shan States in the province of Myanmar. It lies almost entirely east of the Salween River and its area is over convert|12000|sqmi|km2. It is bounded on the north by the states of Mang Lon, Mong Lem and Keng Hung (Hsip …

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  • 2 Keng Tung —    (Kyaingtong)    Also Kengtung, the largest of the old Shan States, located east of the Salween (Thanlwin) River and encompassing approximately 31,100 square kilometers (12,000 square miles) before the autonomy of its sawbwa was relinquished in …

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  • 3 Chung Keng Quee — 鄭景貴 Traditional Chinese 鄭 …

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  • 4 Tiu Keng Leng (MTR) — La station Tiu Keng Leng, terminus de la Ligne Kwun Tong Tiu Keng Leng (Chinois : 調景嶺, Jyutping : tiu4 ging2 ling5; pinyin : Tiáojǐnglǐng) est une station située à Tiu Keng Leng. La mairie consiste en un échangeur entre la ligne… …

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  • 5 Shan State —    In land area, the largest of Burma s states and divisions, covering 155,801 square kilometers or (155 square miles). It contains 11 districts (Taunggyi, Loilem, Lashio, Muse, Kyaukme, Kunlong, Laukkai, Keng Tung, Monghsat, Monghpyak, and… …

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  • 6 Shan States —    The term refers to both to a unique kind of polity established by Shans (Tai) in various parts of Burma since at least the 13th century and a group of such polities, known as the Federated Shan States after 1922, which enjoyed a measure of… …

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  • 7 Wat Zom Kham —    (Wat Jong Kham)    A major Buddhist site in Keng Tung, eastern Shan State, which according to legend stands at a place visited by Gotama Buddha during his lifetime, but probably dates from the late 13th century, when Keng Tung was established …

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  • 8 Shan language — language name=Shan familycolor=Tai Kadai states=Burma, Thailand region=Asia speakers=3.3 million rank=126 fam1=Tai Kadai fam2=Kam Tai fam3=Be Tai fam4=Tai Sek fam5=Tai fam6=Southwestern Tai fam7=Northwestern Tai iso2=shn|iso3=shnThe Shan language …

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  • 9 List of state leaders in 1348 — 1347 state leaders Events of 1348 1349 state leaders State leaders by year Africa*Egypt (Bahri dynasty) Nasir ad Din al Hasan, Mamluk Sultan of Egypt (1347 1351) *Ethiopia (Solomonic dynasty) Newaya Krestos, Emperor of Ethiopia (1344 1372) *Kanem …

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  • 10 List of state leaders in 1339 — 1338 state leaders Events of 1339 1340 state leaders State leaders by year Africa *Ethiopia Solomonic dynasty Amda Seyon I Emperor of Ethiopia (1314 1344) **Ifat (Walashma dynasty; tributary Ethiopian state) ***Sabr ad Din I, Amir of Ifat (C.1330 …

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  • 12 Königreich Chiang Hung — Das Königreich Chiang Hung oder Königreich Heokam (Thai อาณาจักรหอคำเชียงรุ่ง) war ein Reich der Tai Lue um die Stadt Chiang Hung, das heutige Jinghong in der Präfektur Xishuangbanna in Südchina. Die größte Ausdehnung des Königreiches Chiang Hung …

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  • 13 Introduction —    When Burma (Myanmar) achieved independence from British colonial rule in 1948, many observers viewed it with its high standards of education and abundant natural resources as one of the Asian countries most likely to achieve economic… …

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  • 14 Haw —    The residence of a sawbwa (sao pha), a traditional Shan (Tai) ruler. In the smaller of the Shan States, these were often rather simple wooden structures, but others were quite elaborate, made of teak and modeled on the Mandalay Palace, with a… …

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  • 15 Lan Na — Ausdehnung des Königreichs Lan Na im 15. Jahrhundert (unter König Tilokarat), bezogen auf die heutigen Grenzen Thailands und Myanmars …

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  • 16 Shan — Infobox Ethnic group group=Shan poptime=6 million (est.) popplace=Myanmar rels=Theravada Buddhism, Animism langs=Shan, Burmese, others related=The Shan ( my. ရှမ်းလူမျိုး; IPA2|ʃán lùmjóʊ; zh cp|c=|p=dǎn zú) are a Tai ethnic group of Southeast… …

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  • 17 Shan State — ရှမ်းပြည်နယ်   State   Myanma transcription(s)  – Burmese …

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  • 18 Massage parlor — Massage parlors in Cambodia A massage parlor is a business where customers can receive a massage. Sometimes the term is synonymous with brothel as the term massage may be used as a euphemism for paid sexual favours. Particularly where brothels… …

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  • 19 Shan States — Princely States ←   …

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  • 20 Kunming-Bangkok Expressway — (昆曼高速公路) is the first international expressway from China. It starts at Kunming, the provincial capital of Yunnan province in southwestern China, and ends at Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.The expressway is approximately 1,900 km in length,… …

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