A few elders recognize some of these Kayah-Tai descendants, calling them luug
jaang laeng (children of the Red Karen).
However, the tradition in many Thai organizations of using a "luug
maw" (old hand) as an intermediary in helping to resolve conflicts between supervisors and subordinates may also allow subordinates to informally share problematic information with their bosses while at the same time maintaining harmony in their relationships.
In such dusty spots as Luug
, Jalalaqsi, and Belet Huan, tree nurseries were developed to plant fuel wood plantations and shade trees in the camps and along camp roads.