The La Hu Nyî (Red La Hu) New-year Celebrations. พิมพ์ อีเมล
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WALKER, ANTHONY R. THE LA HU NYI (RED LA HU) NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS. JSS. VOL.58 (pt.1) 1970. p.1-44.

THE LA HU NYÎ (RED LA HU)

NEW- YEAR CELEBRATIONS

by

Anthony R. Walker

INTRODUCTION

          The Là Hu Nyi1 or Red Là Hu are one of the major divisions of the Là Hu peoples2, a Tibeto-Burmese speaking hill folk whose villages are widely scattered through southwestern Yunnan, northern Burma, northwestern Laos and northern Thailand. Although reliable demographic data on all the Là Hu peoples is lacking, they probably number some quarter of a million. Sources from the People's Republic of China give the number of Là Hu in Yunnan as 180,000 (Moseley 1967: 162). In Burma they number some 66,000 (LeBar et al. 1964 : 40), in Thailand, 15,000 (Young 1962 : 85, United Nations 1967: 8) and in Laos, 2,000 (LeBar et al 1964: 40). The Là Hu Nyi are the largest of the Là Hu divisions represented in Thailand with, according to the figure given by Young (1962 :85), a population of 9,200 or more than 60 per cent of the total Là Hu population of the Kingdom.

 

 

 

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