120 a In the Land of Pagodas
"trousers"; for shoes, take soles and make uppers sufficient to form a little three-cornered pocket for the toes, or two pieces of padded tape may rise from between the toes and fasten at the sides. His diminutive turban gives him
a jaunty ap- ________
pearance, his coat makes him look cool, his hobble-like skirt shortens his step, and his sandals cause him to drag his feet. The educated . classes of people in the towns are now affect-ing Western shoes and stockings and an almost-European coat.
The modern --;-a----
A Youth in Characteristic Burmese Dress
umbrella, common the world over, has largely displaced the flat, Japanese type. The women dressumbrella, common the world over, has largely displaced the flat, Japanese type. The women dress