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· April, 2007

Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from April, 2007

Myanmar: Electricity and Internet

As internet is becomes more popular in Mayanmar, the electricity supply gets more and more irregular. Myat Thura has more.

Weekly Roundup of Myanmar Blogs

Last week in Myanmar Blogosphere, the bloggers were into a new meme game introduced by Moe Moe. The bloggers had to write 10 Weird Things about themselves. The tag game...

Myanmar: Respect for Sex Workers

Moe Moe urges men to respect sex workers and practice safe sex. “Least men who want to sleep with them can do, is to treat these sex workers with respect...

Myanmar: New Web Portal

Myatthura introduces a new web portal from Myanmar. “Still in beta stage, the web portal has some important features such as Myanmar news, International News, Forum, Books, entertainment, etc.”

Myanmar: Letter of Support for Suu Kyi

Writer and Analyst Kyi May Kaung writes a letter to Irrawaddy Magazine to show her love and support for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. “I hope you will publish this...

Myanmar: Helping Hand Blogs

People of Myanmar are well known for their gentle nature, kind heart, sincerity, generosity and a great helping hand. In Myanmar, various type of non profitable groups and non governmental...

Myanmar: New Photo Blogs

Blogger MgHla introduces 5 new bloggers where three are outstanding photo blogs (Uhteik, Stevenalexand, MgBaOo) with sceneries from Myanmar.

Myanmar: Famous Witchcraft Region “Yaw”

Myat Thu Ya writes about his visit to Yaw region – famous for witchcraft, and finds out it was just a myth. “Many Burmese believe that people in Yaw region...

This week on Myanmar Blogosphere: Myanmar Thingyan 2007

April has always been the most exciting month for Burmese as it is the month to celebrate Thingyan - water festival. It is also a New Year in Myanmar calendar....

Myanmar: Blood Diamonds and Myanmar

The movie Blood Diamond reminds blogger Man Actually of his younger mining days in Myanmar. “And being once a miner myself deep in the jungle far north Myanmar's very own...

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