Chinlone: Myanmar’s Beautiful Game

Chinlone: Myanmar’s Beautiful Game
Sean Leow
  • 27 may 2008

Chinlone is the traditional sport of Myanmar (Burma) and is unique in both its athletic beauty and its nature as a non-competitive game. A team of six players pass a small rattan ball back and forth with their feet, knees and head as they walk around a circle. One player goes into the center to solo, creating a dance of various moves strung together, while being supported by other players who try to pass the ball back with one kick.

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