Kachin

Kachin or Kakhyen may refer to:

  • Kachin State, in northern Burma
  • Kachin people, a generalised term for six non-Burman ethno-linguistic groups in Kachin State.
  • Jingpo people, the main sub-branch of the Kachin people, for whom the term Jingpo and Kachin are considered interchangeable'
    • Singpho people, members of the ethnic group living in Arunachal Pradesh, India and also Yunan Province, China.
  • Jingpho language, or Kachin language
  • A 'relaxed' variant of Lethwei martial arts

Other articles related to "kachin":

Jingpho Language
... The Jingpho language (Jinghpaw, Chingp'o) or Kachin language (Burmese ကချင်ဘာသာ, ) is a Tibeto-Burman language mainly spoken in Kachin State, Burma (Myanmar) and Yunnan Province, China ... The term Kachin language can refer either to the Jingpho language or to a group of languages spoken by various ethnic groups in the same region as Jingpo Lisu, Lachit, Rawang, Zaiwa, Lhaovo, Achang (N ... The ethnic Jingpho (or Kachin) are the primary speakers of Jingpho language, numbering approximately 900,000 speakers ...
Maran Brang Seng For Kachin People
... Maran Brang Seng, the leader among the Kachin people for most of the last thirty years when died on 8 August 1994 at the time he was Chairman of Kachin Independent Organization Central Committee (KIOCC) and president ... He has unveiled a vision of Kachin people from the darkness to the light ... during turbulence and tragedy in a period that was unmatched in Kachin History ...
Lweje - Economy
... cease-fire agreements with the United Wa State Army (UWSA) and the New Democratic Army (Kachin) (NDA-K) in 1989, and with the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) in ... Northern Kachin State became the area for most of the logging activity mainly by Chinese companies employing Chinese labour, and Lweje, along with Laiza, one of ... exports from Burma was shipped overland to Yunnan, 75% of this from Kachin State ...
Laiza - History
... It became an important town in Kachin State after Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) made a cease-fire agreement with the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) and moved its capital here from ... Currently under the control of the Kachin Independence Army, the ruling military government is demanding to handover Laiza and Mai Ja Yang to Military of Burma before the implementation of the new constitution of ...
Kachin Theological College
... Kachin Theological College (KTC) is a member of the Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA) ... It is located in Nawng Nang, Myitkyina, Kachin State in the north of Myanmar ... It is an evangelical school under Kachin Baptist Convention (KBC) ...