Tongkaw

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Tongkaw
Village
Tongkaw is located in Burma
Tongkaw
Tongkaw
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 20°6′N 97°16′E / 20.100°N 97.267°E / 20.100; 97.267Coordinates: 20°6′N 97°16′E / 20.100°N 97.267°E / 20.100; 97.267
Country  Burma
State Shan State
District Taunggyi District
Township Hsi Hseng Township
Time zone MST (UTC+6.30)

Tongkaw is a village in Hsi Hseng Township, Taunggyi District, in the Shan State of eastern Burma. It is located south of the township capital of Hsi Hseng by National Highway 5.[1][2] Kong Pyek is located further south along the road in Kayah State. An atrocity was committed in the village on 2 August 1984 by the 101st light infantry regiment.[3]

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  1. ^ Maps (Map). Google Maps. 
  2. ^ Bing Maps (Map). Microsoft and Harris Corporation Earthstar Geographics LLC. 
  3. ^ British Broadcasting Corporation. Monitoring Service (1985). Summary of world broadcasts: Far East. Monitoring Service of the British Broadcasting Corp. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 

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