The Vanishing Tribes of Burma

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Publisher Description

This interactive Book has been designed to reflect three key stages that encompass the work - The Vanishing Tribes of Burma, to date.   

An introduction and a glimpse into Richards thirty-plus years of travel within Burma.

The Exhibition in Yangon in 2013, highlighting his Portraits on permanent exhibition at the National Museum there. 

The Book “The Vanishing Tribes of Burma“ which was first launched in 1997, at the United Nations in London, England. Now updated and with interactive photos.

Videos include a keynote speech with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi “Nobel Laureate” and Richard’s travels to the seldom seen source of Burma’s gemstones.

Audio highlights include tribal recordings from the 1980’s and a unique interview with one of the last living headhunters.

Travel & Adventure
November 21
Richard K Diran
Richard Diran

Customer Reviews

Next Stop Myanmar ,

This ones a keeper !

This ones a keeper !

i found it not only a great read, the audio and video clips were much better than i expected considering some recordings go back to the 1980’s, they’re very very clear.
Richard’s gem buying trip was insightful - he clearly knows his trade - Marco Polo & rare gems. It really drew me in. & OMG the interview with the President of the Headhunter tribe - Priceless.

All the tribal people pictures looked outstanding on my iPad.

This quote stood out for me:

"I want to thank all of you who made this exhibition possible,
and particularly, Mr. Richard K. Diran
for bringing beauty into my life at an unexpected time".

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

bringing beauty into my life at an unexpected time - kinda sums up this book well !