Tai Lue



ETHNONYMS: Bai-yi, Dai, Lawa, Lü, Lua', Lue, Pai-I, Pai-yi, Shui Bai-yi, Shui Dai, Tai


Bibliography

Chen Han-Seng (1949). Frontier Land Systems in Southernmost China. New York: Institute of Pacific Relations.


Lemoine, Jacques (1987). "The Tai Lue Historical Relation with China and the Shaping of the Sipsong Panna Political System." Proceedings of the International Conference on Thai Studies 3, pt. 1:121-134. Compiled by Ann Buller. Canberra: Australian National University, Department of Anthropology.

Moerman, Michael (1965). "Ethnic Identity in a Complex Civilization: Who Are the Lue?" American Anthropologist 67:1215-1230.


Moerman, Michael (1968). Agricultural Change and Peasant Choice in a Thai Village, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.


Thai-Yunnan Project Newsletter (1988). Canberra: Australian National University, Department of Anthropology (numerous items).

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Oct 18, 2010 @ 3:03 am
Tai-lue is one ethnic group important to preserved in genre now they are related to Thailand.
We are the same mornarchy in past Chao Pan Din is King.

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