Organization - Enn Traditional Literature and Culture Association

Enn Traditional Literature and Culture Association
Basic Information
English Enn Traditional Literature and Culture Association
Local language
Country Myanmar
Domain Oral Traditions and Expressions
Performing Arts
Social Practices, Rituals and Festive Events
Traditional Craftsmanship
Established year
  • To introduce and promote Ann communities;
  • To develop and improve Ann communities;
  • To improve knowledge about the communities;
  • To form educated people;
  • To improve the population.

Ann, or Enn, people settled in the Eastern Shan State. There are ten Ann villages at Kyaington, four villages at Maipkyat, thirteen villages at Maikhat, and one village at Maiyaung. The population is under ten thousand. Ann Nationals are known for their black teeth, which pique the curiosity of tourists.

Major Activities

Ann people worship the Nat (spirit), and a few are Buddhist or Christian. They do not have their own literature. Only a few educated people can read Gone Shan and Wa literature. Ann communities follow what Natsuga says.

Contact Information (Organization)
Address Naplinnmai Village, Natlinkaung Village, Pankyau Village, Panli Village, Kyaington

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