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THAILAND LONGNECKS
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September 18, 2006
Ma-Wae, a 24-year-old Karen hill tribe woman, sits with her son as she waits for tourists at a village...
Mae Hong Son, Thailand
Ma-Wae, Karen hill tribe woman, sits with her son as she waits for tourists at a village near Mae Hong...
Ma-Wae, a 24-year-old Karen hill tribe woman, sits with her son as she waits for tourists at a village near Mae Hong Son province, north of Bangkok in this picture taken September 7, 2006. For the past two decades, hundreds of ethnic Padaung "long-neck" people from military-ruled Myanmar have enjoyed relative peace and security as refugees in the hills of northern Thailand.
But plans to consolidate three Padaung villages into a single refugee settlement are intensifying concerns among human rights workers about their exploitation as a tourist attraction.
Picture taken September 7, 2006. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
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