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Karen Traditional Weaving by Po Tu Tu, Paw Kyi Pai and Mu Moo

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"The project that I was doing is about Karen Traditional Weaving, about how we weave and how we traditionally make our clothes.

It is very important for us because it is a heritage that we learned from our great grandparents and we want to keep alive by teaching our younger generation.

I am hoping my video will be shared amongst wider communities so other people can learn of our tradition and how unique our style and process is."

“I am really excited to be a part of the Duniya Behter commission because being involved in this program gives me an opportunity to share my work with the wider community. I also feel like this program allows me to be as creative as I can without worry or judgment. I have learnt lots of new skills and most importantly how to work with diverse people within the Duniya Behter program.”

Karen Traditional Weaving by Po Tu Tu, Paw Kyi Pai and Mu Moo is presented as a part of Duniya Behter.

Duniya Behter is supported by the Victorian Government through the Priority Response to Multicultural Communities during Coronavirus (PRMC) program.

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