30 May, 2008

Tattoo Chin ladies

Photos of Dai people

Dai Community in Malaysia

When Rev.Shwe Kee visited to Malaysia he preached and talked closely to the Dai people that they should work for their people. He explained that the living standards of Dai culture and societies. He also told us that the ethnology of Dai people and the population and villages of Dai.
On 16 February 2008, a group of Dai people met round about 7:00 pm at Dai Christian Fellowship in Kuala Lumpur discussing for the living standard of Dai people not only in Malaysia but also in all the countries of the world. They decided that they have to do their best for Dai people. So all of the attendances agreed that they should establish Dai Community. After that they chose five persons who are from Kanpetlet, Mindat, Matupi and Palatwa to announce the information of the establishing Dai Community day.
From Kanpetlet Dominique Thet Saw, Mindat Peter Kee Choi, Matupi Willie Lyan Zune and Paletwa Victor Mal Swam were taken the duty to inform all Dai peole in Malaysia and around the world about ceremony for establishing and constitution of Dai Community in Malaysia within one week later. ( to be continue)

Dai Family in Malaysia

More than 1000 population, around 600 families live in Malaysia. They have abandon and run away from Myanmar, Chin State, their mother land. More than decades of years ago Myanmar government never feed back the Dai people. Dai land where is absolutely no car roads, no hospitals, no high school is showing what Burmese government provided for the people of Dai land.
Recently the military government well know making cutting the teaks and timbers from Dai land, on the other hand they asked the citizens to give labour forces and preventing free worshiping are the reason that Dai people crossed the boarder of Thailand and asking for temporary refuge in Malaysia.
There are many problems facing who living in Malaysia as refugees. That is the Malaysia government political aspect for refugees. Actually we don't want to live in here. We love our land, only we live in there but we cannot go back there anymore that we ask for just a shelter.