Asian neck rings
Neck rings, or neck-rings, are any form of stiff jewellery worn as an ornament around the neck In a few African and Asian cultures neck rings are worn usually to create the appearance that the neck has been stretched. The custom of wearing.
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The Kayan are a sub-group of Red Karen (Karenni people), Tibeto-Burman ethnic minority of Women of the Kayan Lahwi tribe are well known for wearing neck rings, brass .
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Shackled by the Neck
Description:I have to stay here. In these cultures, the definition of a long neck is 10 to 15 inches. The same Karen said they were either unaware of the law at the time their children were born or that the owners of the villages actually prevented them from obtaining ID cards for fear of losing revenues. Consequently, many women in Myanmar began breaking the tradition , though a few older women and some of the younger girls in remote villages continued to wear rings. Its origins are mysterious. In late , most of the young women who entered the refugee camp removed their rings. Another says that it was to protect women from being taken by men of rival tribes by giving them a less-appealing look.