National Geographic : 1931 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE BUDDHIST NOVICES STROLL ALONG VILLAGE ROADWAYS Their faith has many temples and attracts a large following in the Shan settlements. Most of the hill people, however, are animists. (~ National Geographic Society Natural-Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore SKHUN SUN HATS CAN HARDLY ESCAPE NOTICE Set at all manner of rakish angles on the massive turbans, they attract attention as surely as the ornate Kaw headdresses. Women of this tribe carry arm baskets instead of the commoner back packs.