The Shan Nationalities Democratic Party (Burmese: ရှမ်းတိုင်းရင်းသားများ ဒီမိုကရက်တစ် ပါတီ[ʃáɴ táɪɴjɪ́ɴðámjá dìmòkərɛʔtɪʔ pàtì]; abbreviated SNDP), also known as the White Tiger Party or Kya Phyu Party in the 2010 general election in Burma. The party was formally registered in April 2010. SNDP's headquarters are in South Okkalapa Township, Yangon and its chairman is Sai Ai Pao, . SNDP plans to contest constituencies in Shan State, as well as Shan-populated townships in Kachin and Kayah States, Mandalay, Yangon, Bago, and Sagaing Regions. In actually the party contested in Shan state, Kachin state and Mandalay Region. In December 2011, the party head office moved to Taunggyi, capital of Shan state where its leader Sai Ai Pao lives. After the 2010 election completed, the two representatives of Shan State Hluttaw from the Party, Sai Ai Pao and Sai Naw Kham were appointed as Ministers of Shan State Government. Shan Nationalities Democratic Party held its first congress at Taunggyi from December 13–15, 2010,second conference at Thachiliek(Eastern Shan state) on( 1/3-1-2013)and third conference at Muse(Northern Shan State)on (5/7-1-2014) .At the first congress elected a 21-member Party Central Committee. In 2012 by-election SNDP won one Amyothar Hluttaw seat of Northern Shan State which marked as a historic victory over USDP and NLD who won all other 43 contested seats all over the country.