Evolution of indigenous attire and The cultures of the hill people

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Evolution of Indigenous attire By Moh Hla Yee The history of cultures of the hill people of Bangladesh By Noe Tha Yee

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Evolution of Indigenous attire

By Moh Hla Yee

The history of cultures of the hill people of Bangladesh

By Noe Tha Yee

Saturday 30 October 2021, 3-5 pm

Bengal History Week 2021

Brick Lane Circle in partnership with Oitijjo

Noe and Moh will talk about the changes in the indigenous communities that they belong to in Bangladesh. They will talk about the culture of their communities and also the change in fashion/dress over the years.

Noe Tha Yee

I am an undergraduate student and about to graduate soon from North South University, Bangladesh. I am also in a private company. I come from the indigenous group Marma and Rakhine. I love talking about my culture, travelling and knowing about others. I have travelled to almost every part of Bangladesh.

Moh Hla Yee

I am currently studying for my A-Levels in Bangladesh. I have experience in acting, modelling, content creating, blogging and singing. I have a Facebook page where I make and post videos about indigenous clothing and attire. One of my videos gained over 29k views.

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BLC is a voluntary organisation (company limited by guarantee, founded in 2006) set up to help transform the intellectual landscape of the Bangladeshi community in the UK and take it to a new level of confidence and critical engagement with everything relevant for the community's progress and development.

The organisation hopes to achieve this by developing and facilitating better connections between people who are engaged in research and intellectual pursuits involving Bangladesh or Bangladeshis abroad; encouraging more people to get involved in objective knowledge seeking and creating opportunities for debates and intellectual exchanges.

The Circle believes that one important element necessary for making breakthroughs and solving long standing problems in our community, or any community, is to bring people from different backgrounds and political divides to talk to each other, discuss rival perspectives and debate over different narratives and ideas. The result is likely to be greater levels of empathy between people; better understanding of the problems and issues faced by Bangladesh and Bangladeshis at home and abroad; and an increased ability for finding better quality solutions.


1. Organise seminars, exhibitions, events and activities in the UK to encourage and facilitate research and knowledge generation / dissemination with respect to Bangladesh and Bangladeshis abroad

2. Consider, learn lessons and explore the potentials of the long historical links between Bangladesh and Britain

3. Explore and develop innovative ways of promoting better understanding between the UK Bangladeshi community and the wider diverse multi-faith / multi-cultural communities in Britain

4. Encourage and facilitate better connections between Bangladesh and the UK with respect to education, economics, social, culture and tourism

5. Engage young people in the UK from diverse backgrounds and generate interest among them to learn more about Bangladesh and Bangladeshis abroad and undertake innovative and exciting projects / activities for mutual benefits

6. Help develop deeper and shared common roots among the UK’s diverse population through research, knowledge sharing and learning about each other’s history, country of origin and experiences in the UK.

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