Photo Essay: Woman-led puppet theater brings health education to Burmese villages — Public Radio International

“Everybody here loves these puppets, and it’s a very important part of our culture. So, why should it be just men who continue this tradition?” says Naing, an elegant and boisterous woman who lights up when she speaks about puppets. “It’s also often women who pass our traditions down the generations and preserve our culture.”

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