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4/5
Reviewed on 1 May 2020

敏难陀村(Minnanthu Village)在尼缅拿寺(Lay Myet Hnar)附近,虽然村庄看起来甚为落后,但每一户都有电力供应,村民的生活也不说太苦,粗眉仔去了两个家庭参观。第一个家庭世代都是造牛车维生,粗眉仔不禁担心,他们敌得过时代的洪流吗?村民仍然用传统方法打铁,令粗眉仔眼界大开,虽然粗眉仔在清迈的山区,也见过类似的传统工艺。第二个家庭做的生意很特别,就是出租石磨和牛去让其他人来榨芝麻油,想不到缅甸人也这么注重健康。

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