Hpan Khone

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Hpan Khone

Uploaded: March 12, 2019 | Entered: May 04, 2019 17:42:29


Hpan Khone (English: "High Jump Game") is a traditional children's game in Myanmar. The game is played mostly by females, though young boys will sometimes join in. Hpan Khone requires two teams comprising four to five players. There is an offensive team and a defending team. The offensive team must hop on one leg over five
different human obstacles created by the “defending” team. With each round, the defending team adds an obstacle to make the jumps higher.


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