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Women in Yay Pote Gyi village in central Myanmar use their hairstyles to signal if they are married or ready to date.
In Yay Pote Gyi a remote village in central Myanmar you see residents with different hairstyles. It's a tradition they have kept for over 200 years. They signal age and whether they are married or ready to date. But the women say sometimes people will laugh at their unique hairstyles when they go out of town. Filming by Phyo Hein Kyaw Produced by Lara Owen and Yee Yee Aung Editing by Kevin Kim
Seven young performers are in prison after taking part in a traditional festival, known as Thangyat.