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Deang Nationality

Description: Deang nationality (德昂族) lives in the border between China and Burma with a population of 15,000.

Language: Deang language

Religion: Deang nationality believes in Theravada Buddhism. Buddhist temples and towers could be seen everywhere in Deang village.

Clothing Character: Their clothes are closely linked with attractive stories. As early as Tang Dynasty, Deang girls wrapped a five or six-roud bilgehoop, which was painted into red, black, yellow and green and engraved with various patterns.

Deang man wear black or blue coat and wide and short trousers, wrap black or white turban with colorful bobbles on the two ends. Colorful bobbles are special accessories for Deang people, which are hung on the two ends of turban, the hem of clothing and ear rings.

In the past, Deang had the convention of tattooing. They usually tattooed patters of tiger, deer, horse, flowers, grasses or lection in Tai language on the arm, legs and breast. Deang women have their head shaved and wrap turbans.

Food Culture: Deang nationality is fond of sour food and tea. Almost every household plants tea trees. Tea takes an important position in their life. They are accustomed to treating guests with tea. Tea is presented as meeting gift while visiting friends. Tea is viewed as the best stuff to dissolve conflicts.

Festivals: The Songkran of Deang is held in middle of the lunar April and lasts for three to five days. With the festival approaching, people are busy in preparing such as making rice papa, water breaker and so on.

In the morning of the festival, Deang people are all dressed up, go toward the Buddhist temple to listen to the lection. Then they hold a ceremony of cleaning the Buddha. The venerable elder take fresh flowers, dip water and sprinkle to the crowd. Subsequently, people begin to sprinkle water to each other.

Open-door day and close-door day are the largest festivals for Buddhists, which begins on the 15th, September and ends on the 15th, December. During this period, monks and priests are forbade from going out.

Folk Dance: The elephant-foot drum dance is the most widespread in Deang nationality. The men with drum and cymbals take a lead, others follow after. They dance in a circle according to certain footwork and gesture.

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