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Akha Expression, Akha Soul Urge, Akha Inner Dream


Songs about Akha:

songsAct I: Akhas asor, yom la khoidesh adar? (Rabbi, Badkhen), "The Wedding Contract" by Thomas Glenn from the Album Schiff: Gimpel the Fool

songsAkha by Adil Hashmi from the Album Manzil

songsAkha Billea by Bhinda Jatt from the Album It's All Good

songsAkha Dance Tunes Played On Free Reed Pipes by Burmese Tribal Musicians from the Album Old Songs for a New Life (Tribal Music from Burma's Shan State)

songsAkha Free Reed Pipes (La Yae) by Thai hill tribe musicians from the Album Reeds, Gourds And Gods: Reed Instruments From The Hills Of Thailand

songsAkha Jahgo Meti Rendiya (The Awakening) by Shazia Manzoor Bally Jagpal from the Album Untruly Yours

songsAkha Juice (feat. the Philly Beard Gang) [Explicit] by Lion of Allah from the Album Akha Juice (feat. the Philly Beard Gang) [Explicit]


Books about Akha:

booksBorder Landscapes: The Politics of Akha Land Use in China and Thailand (Culture, Place, and Nature) by Janet C. Sturgeon (Oct 19, 2007)

booksAkha Journal of the Golden Triangle 2: Cry Freedom (Volume 2) by Matthew McDaniel (Dec 11, 2013)

booksTorchworld: Akha by Dannielle Levan (Sep 1, 2014)

booksAkha Oral Literature by Paul W Lewis (Dec 31, 2002)

booksAkha Journal of the Golden Triangle 1 (Volume 1) by Matthew McDaniel (Dec 10, 2013)

booksSpace and the Production of Cultural Difference among the Akha Prior to Globalization: Channeling the Flow of... by Deborah E. Tooker (Jun 15, 2012)

booksAkha and Miao: Problems of Applied Ethnography in Farther India by Hugo A. Bernatzi (Jun 1970)


Wiki information Akha:

Akha people

The Akha are an indigenous hill tribe who live in small villages at higher elevations in the mountains of Thailand, Burma, Laos, and Yunnan Province in China. They made their way from China into Southeast Asia during the early 1900s. Civil war in...

Akha Language
Human Language

Akha is the language spoken by the Akha people of southern China, eastern Burma, northern Laos, and northern Thailand. Chinese linguists consider all Hani languages, including Akha, to be dialects of a single language. Western scholars classify them...