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"I would encourage to implement the development projects in vocational training, promoting adult literacy rate, infrastructure projects, health care ect., at our rakhine state .Government has just two hands which can not cover everything ."Rakhine Student at Philippine

"We want to pursue free trade agreements outside the country . Stronger bilateral trade relations could help Uruguay expand education, improve health care, and generate jobs with adequate salaries.”Tabaré Vázquez ,Uruguay President , 2006 .

"Individually all the adults need to literate and catch international standard education. Improving education is developing our country , training our adults for Human Resource development like Singapore which is country doesn't have too many resources but have many talented adults ." Rakhine Lecture at Yangon University,who is representative for Myanmar at ASEAN youth meeting in 2008 at Thailand .

Monday, March 7, 2011

Getting Back to Exercise

Getting Back to Exercise: "

A few months ago, I started working with a client who'd been away from exercise for almost 2 years. Coming back after such a long break wasn't easy. She kept thinking about how strong she used to be, making her workouts, literally, an exercise in frustration. Taking a break from exercise doesn't mean you're a failure, but it can sure feel that way the first time you test your body with exercises you used to breeze through with no problem.

So how do you get past that? How do you focus on the present instead of dwelling on the past?

A while back I asked my readers to talk about how they get back to exercise after a break. I got some great responses, but my favorite was posted by Guest OMPilates who said:

'When I go back to exercising after a break, I focus on the good things. For example, I'm refreshed and my technique is often better. I'm also in a place to make and see changes in my form that I couldn't when I was in my routine. It doesn't take that long to get strength and flexibility back - a few weeks maybe - so I don't worry about that.'

I love that kind of positive attitude, but I'll bet most of us spend more time kicking ourselves for past mistakes than accepting where we are and going from there. If you're struggling to get back to exercise after a long winter, there are things you can do to make the process easier, and I think the most important is to admit where you went wrong and forgive yourself.

What do you think? Have you gotten off track with exercise and, if so, how did you get past the guilt? Leave a comment or share your story here, telling us all about how to come back from an exercise break.


Saturday, November 27, 2010

If You Are A Leader

If You Are A Leader:

"Most of the organizations are trying to achieve the business results and the customer satisfaction as their ultimate goals. These two goals are correlated each other. If you are focusing on achieving the business results, you must have a good strategy to maintain the level of customer satisfaction to your organization's service and products. Otherwise, you may lose your customers even though you may achieve the business results in a short-term.

It will give a negative impact on your business results in the long run. On the other hand, you may lose your business results if you only focusing on the customer satisfaction but you do not have proper revenue strategy and expense management. This article will explore more about balancing focus and efforts on two important goals for an organization to succeed in the long run."

Monday, May 3, 2010

Have water near you

Have water near you at all times.Throw a water bottle in your bag, keep one at your desk, fill up a cup and put it next to you when watching TV—even if you don’t feel thirsty. If it’s in front of you, you’re more likely to drink it, and less likely to walk to the fridge or vending machine for a soda.

Drink a glass first thing in the morning before you shower, turn on the coffee pot, or go about your daily routine. Put a glass of water on your nightstand, so when you hit the alarm, it’ll be right there as a reminder to drink up! This is especially important because at breakfast, you’ll likely have coffee or tea, which dehydrate you. You’ll get a jump-start on hydration before you even sip your morning coffee.

Eat juicy fruit. Oranges, peaches, berries, grapes—the juicier, the better. That “juice” is mostly water. For example, a cup of cubed watermelon contains a half-cup of water!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Boost Immune System

Boost immune system
Immunization needs to be a part of our daily regimen. That means eating lots of fruits and vegetables and getting exercise.

Drink lemon water, eat protein food , drink plenty of water, stop drinking coffee etc., in order to boost your immune system.

You can also make sure you are getting enough vitamin A, C, B6, B12, and E, and the minerals iodine, selenium, and zinc.vitamins are always good for the immune system.

you should take daily 400 gms of uncooked cucumber( or 100 gms of radish) and 3 betel leaves should avoid smoking and alcohol.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Sleep Secret by Brain Scientist

The three best sleep strategies:

Start jogging 20 minutes or 20 to 25 km a day in three time a week.Without exercise, you can't control yourself physically and mentally,including sleeping right time,working excellent in job, relationship with colleagues ,critical thinking.

1.Get away from the computer or the television half an hour before bed:
Because you are basically staring into a light bulb, your body chemistry is tricked into thinking it is day time. Melatonin is a hormone that signals to your body to go to sleep, its release is impaired when you are exposed to light (Yes, your body knows when it's light or dark.) So get in a dim place, maybe wear sunglasses around the house and do something like read a book! You probably need to read more books anyway.

2.Keep environment quiet:
Block out voices, tick-tocks, barking dogs, and random mechanical noises. Spend $2 and you can buy several pair lasting you up to one year; They can be used long term. My first pair I used for six months, so disregard the notion of discarding after one use or washing your hands prior to use.

3.Air Circulation:
Use a small plug-in fan or an overhead fan to create air circulation. Fresh air circulation is imperative for a healthy sleeping environment; But fans are also useful for creating white noise (which will help lull you to sleep.) But let's get real, sometimes fans and vents have irregular rattling or make sporadic noises. So get ear plugs to knock out all but the white noise. Ear plugs + Fans = A 1, 2, 3 strategy for creating a fresh, peaceful sleep environment.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Invest in the working women

In Latin American countries,where there are many migrant workers, women are often left behind to take care of their families, taking on jobs such as hairdressers, artisans, caterers and childcare providers.

These working women are often part of the informal economy, selling what they make or do in informal markets. To help them become part of the formal economy, INSEAD has been taking part in the recently-created 10,000 Women programme.
The programme was initiated in March 2008 by Goldman Sachs, which is donating US$100 million (or $1,000 each to 10,000 women) over five years. The money will help improve the entrepreneurial skills of working women in 16 countries by giving them access to a world-class business and management education.

Students enrol in locally-designed certificate programmes ranging from five weeks to six months that include courses such as marketing, accounting, market research, writing a business plan, strategic planning, accessing capital, and e-commerce.

The programme is free for the selected women. In Brazil a total of 500 women will be chosen. To qualify, candidates must have been running their own businesses for at least two years and have finished secondary school.

Because only some 14 per cent of Brazilian entrepreneurs have college degrees and 30 per cent have not even finished grade school, the programme is not restricted to women with college degrees and knowledge of the English language.

Reference:Invest in the working women by Rob Goldsmith

Sunday, February 7, 2010

How to sleep early after duty finishing ?

You are not alone in this!

You must eat dinner before 7.30 pm , walk after dinner, Don't watch TV & browse the internet after 9.00 pm. Every day start sleeping ten min earlier.

Go out and make some good friends who have a clear goal, a higher purpose in life and, spend your time and energy in social service, a good sport or game. Make it a point to go to bed at a given time regularly and start/end the day with good thoughts/prayer, it helps.

Yahoo Answer

Friday, January 29, 2010

Myanmar Oversea Groups & Contacts

Employment at the United States Embassy

The U.S. Embassy in Rangoon is particularly interested in individuals with skills in political and economic affairs; Burmese media and public relations; information management and network computer skills; financial management; procurement; architecture and building maintenance.

Please send a letter and curriculum vitae (resume) or application form to: Human Resources Office, U.S. Embassy Rangoon, 110 University Ave, (GPO-521), 111 81 Yangon or via e-mail to

If you send in a resume, we will review it, but you will not automatically receive an acknowledgement. Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Welcome 27th SEA Game in 2013,nationl elections2010,investments projects in Union of Myanmar

Welcome everyone to co-operation with Myanmar ,proud to host the 27th of SEA Games ,national elections, foreign investments and national oversea investments in Myanmar .
The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry UMFCCI
Myanmar Products
International Trade Fairs
Trade Association in Myanmar
Investment Opportunities in Myanmar
Business Report in Myanmar
Asia Development Bank Report for Myanmar
Governance matter in Myanmar

Noble Prize Educational Games

There are 29 interactive learning games of various sorts and degrees of difficulties. Most of them also includes a "Read more" about the subject.Enjoy learning!

Sunday, January 24, 2010


တရုတ္-အာဆီယံ အေကာက္ခြန္မဲ့ ကုန္သြယ္ေရးသေဘာတူခ်က္ကို ႏွစ္ဆန္း (၁) ရက္ေန႔ကစၿပီး အျပည့္အဝက်င့္သုံးေနၿပီလို႔ သိရပါတယ္။ ဒီသေဘာတူခက်အရ တရုတ္နဲ႔ အာဆီယံအဖြဲ႔ၾကားမွာ ကုန္ပစၥည္းအမ်ဳိးေပါင္း (၇၀၀၀) ေက်ာ္ကို အေကာက္ခြန္ေပးစရာမလိုဘဲ ေရာင္းဝယ္ႏိုင္မွာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္။ ဒါေပမယ့္ ျမန္မာ၊ လာအို၊ ကေမာၻဒီးယား နဲ႔ ဗီယက္နမ္ တုိ႔ကေတာ့ ေနာက္ (၅) ႏွစ္ၾကာမွ ဒီသေဘာတူခ်က္ကို က်င့္သုံးႏုိင္ပါလိမ့္မယ္။ အလာတူ အခြန္မဲ့ကုန္သြယ္ေရး သေဘာတူခ်က္ေတြကို ဂ်ပန္၊ ေတာင္ကုိရီယား၊ နယူးဇီလန္ နဲ႔ ၾသစေတးလ် စတဲ့ ႏုိင္ငံေတြနဲ႔ အာဆီယံအဖြဲ႔ လက္မွတ္ထုိးတားၿပီမုိ႔ ဒီႏွစ္ထဲမွာ စတင္က်င့္သုံးဖြယ္ ရွိပါတယ္။ ဒါေပမယ့္ အေမရိကန္၊ ဥေရာပ၊ ကေနဒါ နဲ႔ အာဆီယံအဖြဲ႔အၾကား အခြန္မဲ့ ကုန္သြယ္ေရးလုပ္ႏုိင္ဖို႔ ကိစၥဟာ ဗမာစစ္အစုိးရပါဝင္ေနတဲ့အတြက္ ေစ့စပ္ၫွိနႈိင္းလို႔ မရဘဲျဖစ္ေနပါတယ္။ ဒါေၾကာင့္ ဥေရာပအဖြဲ႔ အာဆီယံ တႏုိင္ငံခ်င္း ေဆြးေႏြးၿပီးက အေမရိကန္အစိုးရကေတာ့ ဗမာမပါဘဲ မူလ အာဆီယံႏုိင္ငံေတြသာ ပါဝင္တဲ့ (၂၁) ႏုိင္ငံ ေအပက္ (APEC) အဖြဲ႔ေဘာင္ အတြင္းမွာ ပူးေပါင္းေဆာင္ရြက္သြားမွာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Skills for Human Life

"သခ်ာၤမတတ္ရင္ လူ႔ဘ၀ရဲ႔ ၆ပံု၂ပံုကို
"ရူပေဗဒ မတတ္ရင္ လူ႔ဘ၀ရဲ႔ ၆ပံု၁ပံုကို ဆံုးရွဳံးမယ္"
"ကြန္ျပဴတာ မတတ္ရင္ လူ႔ဘ၀ရဲ႔ ၆ပံု၁ပံုကို ဆံုး႐ႈံးမယ္..ခင္ဗ်ားရဲ႔ ဘ၀
၆ပံု၄ပံုဟာ ဆံုး႐ႈံးသြားျပီပဲ"

ထိုခဏအတြင္း ရာသီဥတု ေျပာင္းျပီး ေကာင္းကင္တြင္ တိမ္ညိဳမ်ား တက္လာသည္။
မၾကာမီ မိုးသက္ေလျပင္း က်ေရာက္ေတာ့မည္။ ထိုအခါ ေလွသမားက ဆရာအား " ခင္ဗ်ား
ေရကူးတတ္သလား" ဟုေမးလိုက္သည္။ ဆရာက ခဏမွ် ဆံြအျပီး "ကြ်န္ေတာ္
မကူးတတ္ဘူး။ တစ္ခါမွ မသင္ဖူးဘူး" ဟုျပန္ေျဖေလသည္။
ေလွသမားမွာ ေခါင္းကိုသြင္သြင္ ရမ္းျပီး.." ဒါဆိုရင္ ခင္ဗ်ားရဲ႔ဘ၀
၆ပံုစလံုးဟာ ဆံုး႐ႈံးရေတာ့မယ္" ဟု ျပန္ေျဖခဲ့သည္။

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Emergencies Education Donations for Myanmar Childrens, Don't use the international phone call

We need to save and make fund for the private education assistance monthly or yearly to chlidrens ,adults,schools ,teachers,teaching equipments in Myanmar by co-operating with the UN organizations like UNICEF or local and international NGOs .
If you can contact your family and relatives email and Internet without using international phone call , you can save for same amount of money for them partly and liitle by little .

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Ready to buy investments interests 10% above in Myanmar Central bank


ေရာင္းခ်ေနေသာ သံုးႏွစ္ႏွင့္ ငါးႏွစ္ အစိုးရ ေငြတိုက္စာခ်ဳပ္မ်ားအားအျပင္ ႏွစ္ႏွစ္

သက္တမ္းရွိအစိုးရေငြတိုက္စာခ်ဳပ္မ်ားကို ၂၀၁၀ခုႏွစ္ ဇန္နဝါရီ ၁ရက္မွ စတင္၍

ထပ္မံတုိးခ်ဲ႕ထုတ္ေဝေရာင္းခ်မည္ျဖစ္ရာ အဖြဲ႔အစည္းအလုိက္ျဖစ္ေစ၊တစ္ဦးခ်င္း

ျဖစ္ေစ လြတ္လပ္စြာဝယ္ယူႏို္င္သည္။ အစိုးရေငြတုိက္စာခ်ဳပ္ အမ်ိဳးအစားမ်ားႏွင့္

အတိုးႏႈန္းမ်ားမွာ သက္တမ္းႏွစ္ႏွစ္တြင္ေငြက်ပ္တစ္ေသာင္း၊တစ္သိန္း၊တစ္သန္း၊

၁၀သန္းအတြက္အတိုးႏႈန္း ၁၀ဒသမ ၅ရာခိုင္ႏႈန္း၊သက္တမ္းသံုးႏွစ္တြင္ေငြက်ပ္

တစ္ေသာင္း၊ တစ္သိန္း၊ တစ္သန္း၊ ၁၀သန္းအတြက္အတိုးႏႈန္း ၁၁ဒသမ ၁၀ရာ

ခုိင္ႏႈန္းႏွင့္ သက္တမ္း ငါးႏွစ္တြင္ ေငြက်ပ္တစ္ေသာင္း၊တစ္သိန္း၊တစ္သန္း၊ ၁၀

သန္းအတြက္အတိုးႏႈန္း ၁၁ဒသမ၅ရာခိုင္ႏႈန္းျဖစ္သည္။အတုိးေငြမ်ားကိုႏွစ္ဝက္

တစ္ႀကိမ္ ထုတ္ေပးမည္ျဖစ္ၿပီး ႏွစ္စဥ္ မတ္ ၁၅ရက္ႏွင့္စက္တင္ဘာ ၁၅ရက္တို႔

တြင္ ထုတ္ယူႏိုင္သည္။ ထုိ႔အျပင္ စာခ်ဳပ္မ်ားကို လႊဲေျပာင္းေရာင္းခ်ခြင့္ရွိသည္။

အစိုးရ ေငြတိုက္ စာခ်ဳပ္မ်ားကို ေနျပည္ေတာ္၌ ျမန္မာ့ စီးပြားေရးဘဏ္(ရံုးခ်ဳပ္)

(ေနျပည္ေတာ္) ဘဏ္မ်ားဇုန္ျမတ္ပန္းသဇင္လမ္းတြင္လည္းေကာင္း၊ရန္ကုန္ၿမိဳ႕

၌ ျမန္မာ့ေငြေခ်းသက္ေသခံလက္မွတ္မ်ား လဲလွယ္ေရာင္းဝယ္ေရးကုမၸဏီလီမိ


ခြဲ (၁) ၊ (၂) ၊ (၃) ၊ (၄) တို႔တြင္ လည္းေကာင္း၊မႏၲေလးၿမိဳ႕၌ ျမန္မာ့စီးပြားေရး

ဘဏ္ ဘဏ္ခြဲ(၁)၊(၂)၊(၃)တုိ႔တြင္လည္းေကာင္း တိုက္ရိုက္ဝယ္ယူႏိုင

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Best Way of Learning English Language

"Best way of increasing my awful pronunciation is VOA Special English Radio Programs . I usually listen to the same news many times, then I try to write what I am listening and then I compare on VOA's page if I did it right. After doing this for almost a year, I did the test of University of Michigan and guess what!! I passed. "

"I listen to your program and print any article from your Internet Web site every night."

Each Special English broadcast is 30 minutes long. Most begin with world news, followed by a short report, then a 15 minute feature ,including

Issues that affect people in developing countries
News about farming and food production
The latest research about diseases and medical advice
New developments in American education

Traditions, ideas and life in the United States
Reports about the latest scientific discoveries and medical news
Reports about outer space and the world around us
A series about the history of the United States

News about business and finance in the U.S. and around the world
In-depth reports about a person or event in the news
Features about American idioms and expressions
A magazine show about popular culture and music
Adaptations of short stories, children's books and original stories.
Biographies of influential Americans in history, politics, science, business, sports & entertainment

Internet users can also listen to programs on the Special English Web site while reading the text. And they can receive scripts of features by e-mail. In countries around the world, many English teachers require their students to listen to Special English.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Myanmar to Hold International Education Fair

Having good human resources and also international educational fairs are the good reconstructions and reinforcement for every developing countries .If we need business developments or co-operations or being rich , it is better invite to the people who is working at investments world wide .If we need more strong internationalized educations systems , we need to invite more people who is working at this entired education systems world wide.

So look at the world wide , not a scope at the nearby countries at one continents , surely look at the world wide and make more meetings by inviting them inside country.Get more government Cross Trainings or Teaching programs by inviting officials from the first leading or developed countries ,government by government .

And aslo ,not only being the International Education Fairs at capital cities, but also can do same ideas at the other states or provinces at the same time by showing interests to educations , profits or markets needs form that regions.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Free Education Consulting and Services to Study Abroad

MMES ၏ အထက္ပါ ၀န္ေဆာင္မႈမ်ားတို႔သည္ မေလးရွားအဆင့္ျမင့္ ပညာေရး၀န္ႀကီး ဌာန (Malaysia Ministry of Higher Education) ႏွင့္ ျမန္မာႏုိင္ငံရွိ မေလးရွားသံ႐ံုး (Malaysian Embassy, Myanmar) တို႔၏ ပံ့ပိုးမႈ၊ အျပည့္အ၀ အသိအမွတ္ျပဳမႈမ်ားအားျဖင့္ စီစဥ္ေဆာင္ရြက္ေနျခင္းျဖစ္ပါသည္။

My Second Home Programme အားျဖင့္ သတ္မွတ္ခ်က္မ်ားႏွင့္ ျပည့္မွီေသာ မိဘမ်ားကို (၁၀)ႏွစ္သက္တမ္းႏွင့္ အထက္ အေထြေထြဗီဇာရရိွျခင္းအားျဖင့္ သားသမီးမ်ားႏွင့္အတူ Malaysia တြင္ေနထိုင္ခြင့္ျပဳမည့္ အစီအစဥ္မ်ားကိုလည္း ေဆာင္ရြက္ ေပး လ်က္ရွိပါသည္။

MMES မွ ဤကဲ့သို႔ တကၠသိုလ္၊ ေကာလိပ္မ်ားႏွင့္ ဆက္သြယ္ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးျခင္း၊ တုိင္ပင္ေဆြးေႏြးျခင္းႏွင့္ အၾကံဥာဏ္ေပးျခင္း အစရွိေသာ ၀န္ေဆာင္မႈမ်ားႏွင့္ ပတ္သက္၍ ေက်ာင္းသားႏွင့္ မိဘမ်ားအေပၚ မည္သည့္၀န္ေဆာင္ခမွ် ေကာက္ခံျခင္းမရွိပဲ အခမဲ့ကူညီ ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးလွ်က္ရွိပါသည္။

No. 26B, 2nd Floor, SS3/33, 47300
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: +60-3-78754676
Fax: +60-3-78742390

No. 908/1010 Myaing Hay Wun, Tower B,
Junction 8, Kyaik Wyne Pagoda Road,
Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar
Tel: +95-1-650979,4412870
Fax: +95-1-662191
Tel : 95-1-650979,4412870

KMD Computer Centre Oversea Studies Counseling Service သည္ 1.
James Cook University (Singapore) – website address 2. Assumption University (Thailand) – website address 3. AEC Business School (Singapore) – website address 4. Informatic Institute (Singapore) website address 5. EF Brittin College (UK) website address 6. Middlesex University (UK) 7. Northumbria University (UK) website address 8. Nilai University College (Malaysia) website address – 9. Taylor’s College (Malaysia) website address – 10. Nottingham University (Malaysia) website address – ေက်ာင္းမ်ားသို႔ apply လုပ္လိုေသာ ေက်ာင္းသားမ်ားအတြက္ အခမဲ့ ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးေနပါသည္။


No 550-552, Trader Road, Ktda Tsp, Yangon.
Email :
Tel : 249 155, 381 776, 381 035

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Implementing ICT in Education

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USAID-Guinea financed the participation of primary, secondary, and professional schools in the GLOBE (Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment) programme by donating one laptop to each of the schools for the students and teachers to collect data. Activities covered atmospheric research, soil, earth, biological, and geological data and information gathering using scientific instruments provided by GLOBE.

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Reading Club at British Council in Yangon,Myanmar

Information for club members

The club membership is free of charge for all library members over 16.

Club meeting will be held twice a month. They will be on Friday from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.

We expect you to have at least Intermediate level of English since the discussions will be done in English.

You are encouraged to come regularly to the discussions. If you cannot come, please contact the co-ordinator in advance.

List of recommended books for the month will be posted on our website and they can be collected from the co-ordinator before day of discussion. Synopsis of the books and authors’ biographies can also be found on our website

You are also welcome to choose the book you want to talk about so you should not restrict yourself to the books on our list.

To join the club, contact the co-ordinator:
Yamin Nyi Nyi (email –
Telephone: 256290, 256291 ext 3316

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Continue our Educational Goals with Prospect Burma

Let's continue our educational opportunities every year .It is very appreciative for this supports of Prospect Burma . Many people in Myanmar still don't know about it and how to apply it because there are a lot of challenges for Every Myanmar Students .

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Foreign correspondent training for young journalists to be held in Prague

Young journalists and students from around the world are invited to attend a foreign correspondent training in Prague from January 3 to 11, 2010. The early bird deadline is October 9.

Participants will receive a practical introduction to international reporting from experienced foreign correspondents from major news outlets including the BBC, the New York Times and the Associated Press. By the end of the course, participants will have written their own stories.

The reduced 'early bird' fee for applications received by October 9 is €955 (US$1,395). The full fee for later applications is €1,075 (US$1,595). Scholarships are available for participants from Central Asia and Eastern Europe.

The program is organized by Transitions Online.

For further information, visit or e-mail

Duplicate & upgade more educational centers and ask UN or INGOs to supports

Now a day, in Myanmar ( Union of Burma) , there are many educational monasteries which give free education including languages courses , computer courses, vocational courses,high school tuition by the young graduated teachers and many experienced volunteers .The more we have that kind of centers , at least the more we can learn most of the courses free of charge and the more educated young people and many civilians can follow the industrialized nations' developments .Now everyone who finish the high school or university , they can volunteer for the future democratic development step .

Political parties should start more taking caring about the upgrading into international education system and encourage young students to many assistances for oversea studies after finished that kind of courses . Not need to worry about sanction against Myanmar's economic or political problems or ethnic groups problems ,no need to worry to about changing policies by government but we need to welcome that groups to support only education , health care , social aids because that INGOs or UN organizations can change the government policies .

So duplicate & upgrade more education centers and Keep asking UN or INGOs to support our three developments projects - education , health care , social aids and electricity projects basically.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Volunteering is a good way to develop the talents.

Surely , it is true . If you are not sure what your talents is , try to volenteer at any where and also the parent need to know how their children 's talents are since your kid is young .

Since pre school ,help your child to explore the world- to see, hear, smell and handle things. Playtime with other children can give your child a chance to develop their social talents.Notice casually what they enjoy to do. If your youngster just loves to move whenever they hear music, they may have a musical bent, or perhaps it is dance. If they are fascinated by insects in the grass or the birds outside the window, you may be nurturing the next great scientific genius!

In grade K- 3rd ,the children may have noticed talents in others. By pointing out specific skills in people they may know their heroes .Children will begin to want to actively exercise their gifts at this age. This makes it a good time to start music lessons, learn a language, learn to play a sport.Helping our children explore the world in order to discover their talents and learn to use them is perhaps the greatest job we have as parents.

In grade 4 th - 6 th ,going to the library, attending sporting events, volunteering to help out in the community play your child wants to be in are not expensive, and will serve to support and expand your child’s talents.If your child does not seem to show interest in any specific thing, you may want to try some sort of community service like animal shelters, food pantries and community cleanup groups always need help. You might be surprised to see your child blossom when given the chance to truly help others.

If you feel that you may have a child who has special needs in order to reach their potential, check out the many websites offering resources for parents .Remember that every gift has value. We should never impose our own wishes on our children. They must develop according to their own talents .

Friday, September 4, 2009

If you are becoming over 50 years of age

အသက္ (၅ဝ)ႏွစ္အတြင္းသို႔ ေရာက္ရွိလာသူမ်ား အတြက္ အသက္အာမခံသည္ အေရးႀကီးေသာ ကိစၥတစ္ရပ္ ျဖစ္သည္။

ေမာ္ေတာ္ကား အာမခံႏွင့္ ပတ္သက္၍ ေစ့ေစ့စပ္စပ္ ေလ့လာၾကည့္ျခင္းသည္ သင့္အတြက္ အကူအညီ ျဖစ္ေစမည္ျဖစ္သည္။ေမာ္ေတာ္ယာဥ္ မေတာ္တဆ ျဖစ္မႈေၾကာင့္ ရရွိသည့္ ဒဏ္ရာအနာတရ အတြက္ ထားရွိသည့္ အာမခံကိစၥတြင္ သင့္အတြက္ မည္သည့္ အက်ဳိးေက်းဇူးမ်ား ရရွိခံစားႏိုင္သည္ ဆိုသည့္ အခ်က္သည္လည္း သင္သိထားသင့္သည့္ အခ်က္မ်ား ျဖစ္သည္။ စံုစံုလင္လင္၊ ျပည့္ျပည့္စံုစံု၊ အခ်က္အလက္မ်ား ပါဝင္ေသာ ေပၚလစီထားရွိျခင္းျဖင့္ သင္သည္ သင္၏ေငြေၾကးကို ၿခိဳးၿခံေခြၽတာရာ ေရာက္သည္။ ယင္းသို႔ ျပည့္စံုေသာ ေပၚလစီထားရွိျခင္းျဖင့္ သင့္ေမာ္ေတာ္ကားတြင္ ျဖစ္ေပၚေသာ ပ်က္စီးဆံုး႐ံႈးမႈမ်ား အတြက္ ျပင္ဆင္စရိတ္ ရရွိႏိုင္ေပမည္။တရား႐ံုး၌ တရားတေပါင္ ျဖစ္ပြားလွ်င္ သင္စုေဆာင္းထားရွိသည့္ ေငြအားလံုး ကုန္ဆံုးသြားႏိုင္သည္။ ထို႔ေၾကာင့္ ျပည့္စံုလံုေလာက္ေသာ အာမခံေပၚလစီ ထားရွိရန္ လိုအပ္မည္ ျဖစ္သည္။ သင္သည္ တရားစြဲဆိုခံရျခင္းေၾကာင့္ သင္၏ေငြေၾကးမ်ား ပ်က္စီးဆံုး႐ံႈးမႈ မျဖစ္ေပၚေစရန္ အေကာင္းဆံုးေသာ နည္းလမ္းတစ္ရပ္မွာ အလံုးစံုၿခံဳငံုမိေသာ အာမခံ ေပၚလစီ ဝယ္ယူထားရွိရန္ ျဖစ္သည္။ ဤအာမခံေပၚလစီသည္ စရိတ္စက နည္းၿပီး သင္၏ ေမာ္ေတာ္ကားႏွင့္ ေနအိမ္တို႔အတြက္ ေပးေလ်ာ္ရန္ တာဝန္ကို ပဓာနက်က် အေထာက္အကူ ျပဳသည္။

သင္၏အိမ္ႏွင့္ အိမ္တြင္းရွိ ပစၥည္းမ်ားအတြက္ အာမခံထားရွိသည့္ အခါ သင္၏ အာမခံေပၚလစီ၌ ေဖာ္ျပေသာ တန္ဖိုးသည္ သင္ျပန္ေလ်ာ္သည့္ အစားထိုး ေဆာက္လုပ္သည့္အခါ ကုန္က်မည့္တန္ဖိုးကို ကာမိႏိုင္ပါသလား။ သင္၏ အာမခံ ကိုယ္စားလွယ္အား အိမ္တန္ဖိုး ျပန္လည္ တြက္ခ်က္ခိုင္းပါ။ ထို႔ေနာက္သင္၏ အာမခံေပၚလစီသည္ ျပည့္စံုမႈရွိ၊မရွိ စီစစ္ပါ။ သင္၏ အာမခံေပၚလစီသည္ သင္တန္ဖိုးထားေသာ ပစၥည္းမ်ားအတြက္ အက်ံဳးဝင္ပါသလား။ ပစၥည္းမ်ားအတြက္ သင္အက်ဳံးဝင္ေစလိုပါသလား။

ကြၽမ္းက်င္ နားလည္ေသာ ပညာရွင္တစ္ဦး၏ အကူအညီရယူရန္ သင္၏ အာမခံ အစီအစဥ္မ်ားကို ေက်ညက္ေအာင္ ျပန္လည္ သံုးသပ္ပါ။ ၄င္းသည္ သင္၏ ေမာ္ေတာ္ကား၊ ေနအိမ္၊ အသက္၊ က်န္းမာေရးႏွင့္ မသန္မစြမ္းျဖစ္မႈ အာမခံမ်ားႏွင့္ ပတ္သက္၍ သင္ဆံုးျဖတ္ခ်က္ ခ်မွတ္ႏုိင္ေအာင္ အကူအညီေပးႏိုင္မည္ ျဖစ္သည္။ သင္တို႔ ဇနီးေမာင္ႏွံ ႏွစ္ဦးစလံုး အာမခံေပၚလစီစာခ်ဳပ္ပါ ေဖာ္ျပ အက်ံဳးဝင္ခ်က္အားလံုးကို သိရွိထားရန္မွာ လြန္စြာ အေရးႀကီးသည္။ပႆနာတစ္ရပ္ ေပၚေပါက္ခဲ့ေသာ္ သို႔မဟုတ္ ေငြေတာင္းခံမႈ ျပဳလုပ္ရန္ ေပၚေပါက္ခဲ့ေသာ္ မည္သူႏွင့္ ဆက္သြယ္ရမည္ ဆိုေသာ အခ်က္ကိုလည္း သိရွိထားရန္ လိုသည္။

Fifty Things To Do WhenYou Turn Fifty

How to invest in Myanmar?

အိမ္၊ ေရႊ၊ ကား၊ ေငြေၾကးေစ်းအက် ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံမႈက်ားကြက္အသစ္ ဘယ္ကိုေရႊ႕မလဲ

လက္ရွိျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံ၏ ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံေစ်းကြက္မ်ားဟု ဆိုႏုိင္သည့္ ကားေစ်းကြက္၊ ေရႊေစ်းကြက္၊ အိမ္ၿခံေျမႏွင့္ ေငြေၾကးေစ်းကြက္မ်ားတြင္ ေစ်းမ်ားက်ဆင္း္ ရာ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံမွ လုပ္ငန္းရွင္ႀကီးမ်ားအတြင္း ၌လည္း ပဲေစ်းကြက္အပ်က္တြင္ ေရႊေစ်းကြက္ဘက္ သိသိသာ သာလွည့္သြားျခင္းမ်ဳိး၊ ေလလံကားေစ်းကြက္မ်ားဘက္ လွည့္ သြားျခင္းမ်ဳိးအျပင္ ေစ်းက်ေနေသာ္လည္း မရွိမျဖစ္အသံုး၀င္ ႏိုင္မည့္ ကုန္ပစၥည္းမ်ားကို က်ေစ်းျဖင့္ ဖမ္းထိန္းယူထားျခင္း မ်ဳိးရွိရာတြင္ ယင္းကဲ့သို႔ေသာ ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံမႈသည္ ေပၚပင္လုိက္ ၍ ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံျခင္းျဖစ္ရာ ပံုမွန္အားျဖင့္ ေရရွည္အက်ဳိးစီးပြား ကို ေမွ်ာ္၍ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံမည္ဆိုပါက SME အေသးစားႏွင့္ အလတ္စားစီးပြားေရးလုပ္ငန္းမ်ားႏွင့္ စိုက္ပ်ဳိးေရးလုပ္ငန္းမ်ား ဘက္၌ ေရရွည္အက်ဳိးၾကည့္၍ ရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံမႈအသစ္မ်ား ျပဳ လုပ္သင့္ေၾကာင္း စီးပြားေရးပညာရွင္မ်ားက ေထာက္ျပေျပာဆို လ်က္ရွိသည္။

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Free TOEFL Pratice Test on every Tuesday

I like to invite you to come and check your English Language Levels for practice on only every Tuesday but you need to sign in at

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Why the Reading is so important to leran your interested subjects or interests ?

Reading is like having a key to anywhere you want to go. You can read about past times either in ficton or in non fiction form. Travel anywhere of interest to you, glimpse into someones idea of the future. When you read it can also help with your writing skills because it shows you how to word things, how to describe things because when you read you need to be able to visualize what the writer wants you to see. It is great because you can see the character any way you want. If you watch a move then the character is the vision of the one who cast the people for the parts. Reading sparks your imagination. It is also a great way to build your vocabulary, When you read if you keep a pencil and paper next to you, jot down the words that you don't know and look them up. Or keep the dictionary next to you and look them up right away. I LOVE reading. I can take a book with me anywhere and always be entertained. I am never bored!


Thursday, June 18, 2009

Where can you start your right career ?

If you are thinking about your right career within 3 or 6 years , you can explore how the Shangri-La Hotel Mangament really is and how can you get your advantages after joining there but you need only good positive ways of thinking basically .

Friday, June 12, 2009

Asia Pacific Scholarship Consortium

Find the complete guide to get International Education Opportunities .

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

What Makes a Successful Online Student?

1. Take full advantage of online conferencing.

2. Participate!
Whether you are working alone or in a group, contribute your ideas and comments on the subject you are studying, and read the comments from your classmates. Your instructor is not the only source of information.

3. Take the program and yourself seriously.
Obtain the support of your colleagues, family and friends before you start out on your online adventure.

4. Make sure you have a private space where you can study.
It is important to have a quiet space where you can shut the door and work in peace.

5. Become a true advocate of distance learning.
Discuss the merits of the process with whoever will listen.

6. Log on to your course every single day.
Once you get into the online conferencing system, you will be eager to see who has commented on your postings and read the feedback of your instructor and peers.

7. Take advantage of your anonymity.
Unless you are using video conferencing, no one can see you. You don’t have to feel worried by students who can speak faster than you .

8. Be polite and respectful.

9. Identify if you are having problems.
If you are having technical difficulties, or problems in understanding something about the course, you MUST identify these otherwise there is no way that your facilitator will know. Also, if you don’t understand one of the concepts, you will help each other by commenting .

10. Apply what you learn.
Practice and apply everything you learn as soon as possible after you learn as this will help you to remember it more readily. Also, try to make connections between what you are learning in your job. Contributing advice or ideas about the real world .

Friday, March 20, 2009

American Center's English Courses and Scholarships

In the American Center , library stocked with the latest books on social science, health science, business, international relations, religion, U.S. government and politics, English language and how to study in the USA.
More than hundred periodicals and a collection of DVDs are available as well as an on-line database search network ideal for researchers and students. The Center offers courses in English to Myanmar adult learners taught by trained and experienced native speaker teachers. The General English courses and the Elective English courses all use a multi-skill approach to language learning.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Education System in Iceland

In recent years, Iceland enjoyed a standard of living that was among the highest in the world. Its prosperity initially rested on the fishing industry.Major language is Icelandic ,Population of Iceland is 304,000 in 2008. Capital is Reykjavik and area are 103,000 sq km. The educational system in Iceland is divided into four levels:

Pre-school education Governed by the the Pre-school Act, No. 78/ 1994.
Compulsory education Governed by the the Compulsory School Act, No. 66/1995. Upper secondary education (framhaldsskóli) Governed by the Upper Secondary School Act, No. 80/1996.
The Higher Education Institution Act no. 63/2006 ; National Qualification Framework for Iceland no. 80/2007;Ministry of Education, Science and Culture and the Higher Education Institution Act no. 63/2006 by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
Public universities that is under the Act on Public Higher Education Institutions Act no. 85/2008.
Reykjavik University, Bifröst University and Iceland Academy of the Arts are private institutions that receive state funding and operate under structural charters approved by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
Iceland Education PDF

Monday, March 2, 2009

Education System in Myanmar

To cultivate and develop the human resource sector the government established the National Centre for Human Resource Development (NCHRD), under the Ministry of Education, in 1998. “Millions of Japanese and Chinese students have left their home countries to pursue higher education abroad. Today, Japan and China are developing thanks to the combined strengths of their local graduates and those educated in the foreign countries,” The “Enrollment Week” campaign is now launched at the beginning of every academic year in an effort to entice as many students as possible into the school system.

At Pre school,children can develop their mental, physical, emotional, and social skills in their teams. "learning should not just be about languages, mathematics and science.Parents should also encourage their children to take part in music, sports or arts so they are encouraged to learn many different things and develop an active mind,” Ms Yumi Hasegawa, managing director of Do-Re-Mi Family Club , said.

Summer Camp or Summer School is a supervised program for children and/or teenagers conducted (usually) during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers. Summer camp include hiking, canoeing, campfires and specialized activities such as the performing arts, rock music, magic, computers, language learning, children with special needs, and weight loss.

Monestry education provide the reading, writing , arithmetic ,ethics and the Buddhist way of life.They provide free tuition, meal and board for all students. They spend an average of K1,000 a day to provide the three meals for each student. Each teacher is paid K23,000 monthly.Their school could only open classes from kindergarten to the eighth grade but wished to open classes for the ninth grade and matriculation when they could provide the facilities.They use the same system of grades, curricula and examinations as state schools. Teachers, who are young volunteers or retired civil servants from the education sector, are appointed on a salary basis.

The approximate cost for one year of education in a state school is only about K10,000.Extra small contribution is generally spent on the development of the state school .Many parents now also send their children to extra tuition classes ,costing from K3,000 to K30,000 a month.

International schools, Singapore-modelled curriculum ,in Myanmar are expensive for most Myanmar parents K70,000 a month.From grade one to grade four,the subjects are Myanmar, English, mathematics and social studies. In grade five, the subjects are the basic concepts of geography and history . From grade six, the subjects are Myanmar, English, mathematics, Geography, History and Science, life skills, which teaches a mixture of vocational skills, health education and traffic laws.Up to grade eight,they take a test only at the end of every month but do not sit examinations. Grade nine, 10 and 11 (matriculation level) have to pass both the monthly tests and a final examination.

Yangon-based, privately-owned Myanmar Human Resources (MHR) training centre, provide the skills of those who are not able to learn these managerial subjects at Yangon Institute of Economics, which inculding financial management, HR management and marketing.


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Invlove in Sports and Education Activities

In our state , we need to keep in touch with International Education Standards .More Importantly , all of our individual people need to get Internet access, Educational Softwares ,highly trained teachers . Every graduated adults and women need to involve as a part time volunteers in their interested subjects like arts,music,sports,tours and computer .So start business the Internet cafes and start free educations at our Rakhine monestries .

Rakhine Territory was governed by kingdom system and also Scotland is like Rakhine State . Scotland got involve under the United Kingdom aggrement in last histy like Rakhine state under Union of Myanmar. They had separately owned governments , laws ,not like England. We need to get self-government system.I appreciate the old name of country like Unoin States of Myanmar, not Union of Myanmar, which is the slightly different meaning but big differences among national races.

Our Rakhine language need to teach officially our generation at the state education curriclums .
Our people need more language fluency in English , other languages and need to contact to other countries and International organizatons through Internet.Our Rakhine State Official Language should be English language .

There are also famous Scotland football players and teams ,even though they are under UK . So our state need more state players which is look like the soldiers of our country because being state players can famous our state and that players can compete with other countries players or other state players . If no competitors for our state , there will not be any success ,any development and our people never proud among others .Not only in sport competions , but also we need to compete others at all the sectors .If our people can't decide and rule our policies of state , our people will left behind .

There are too many sport competitions in South Asia ,Europe,Middle East Regions weekly and also in schools . Their people are getting famous and getting brighter in the future among other countries. There are sports NGOs and sport institutes in Africa Continent.Sports is significantly advantage for us . So we surely need more different kind of local NGOs and invite more INGOs of different sectors into our state .


Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Eight accepted criteria used to determine whether an entity is an independent country

Why Scotland Does Not Meet the Definition of an Independent State?

1#Has space or territory that has internationally recognized boundaries (boundary disputes are OK). Yes, Scotland does have internationally recognized boundaries. Scotland is 78,133 square kilometers in area.

2# Has people who live there on an ongoing basis. Yes, according to the 2001 census, Scotland's population is 5,062,011.

3# Has economic activity and an organized economy. A country regulates foreign and domestic trade and issues money. Somewhat. Scotland certainly has economic activity and an organized economy; Scotland even has its own GDP (over 62 billion pounds as of 1998). However, Scotland does not regulate foreign or domestic trade, the Scottish Parliament is not authorized to do so.

Under the terms of the Scotland Act 1998, the Scottish Parliament is able to pass laws on a range of issues known as "devolved issues." The United Kingdom Parliament is able to act on "reserved issues." Reserved issues include a variety of economic issues: fiscal, economic and monetary system; energy; common markets; and trade and industry. The Bank of Scotland does issue money but it prints the British pound on behalf of the central government.

4# Has the power of social engineering, such as education.
Somewhat. The Scottish Parliament is able to control education, training, and social work (but not social security). However, this power was granted to Scotland by the UK Parliament.

5# Has a transportation system for moving goods and people.
Somewhat. Scotland itself has a transportation system but the system is not fully under Scottish control. The Scottish Parliament controls some aspects of transportation, including the Scottish road network, bus policy and ports and harbors while the UK Parliament controls railways, transport safety and regulation. Again, Scotland's power was granted by the UK Parliament.

6# Has a government that provides public services and police power.
Somewhat. The Scottish Parliament has the ability to control law and home affairs (including most aspects of criminal and civil law, the prosecution system and the courts) as well as the police and fire services. The UK Parliament controls defense and national security across the United Kingdom. Again, Scotland's power was granted to Scotland by the UK Parliament.

7# Has sovereignty. No other State should have power over the country's territory.
No. The United Kingdom Parliament definitely has power over Scotland's territory.

8# Has external recognition. A country has been "voted into the club" by other countries.
No. Scotland does not have external recognition nor does Scotland have its own embassies in other independent countries.
Thus, as you can plainly see, Scotland (nor Wales, nor Northern Ireland, nor England itself) is not an independent country nor is it a State. However, Scotland is most certainly a nation of people living in an internal division of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The Kingdom of Scotland was an independent state until 1 May 1707 when it joined in a political union with the Kingdom of England to create a united Kingdom of Great Britain.[14][15] This union was the result of the Treaty of Union agreed in 1706 and put into effect by the Acts of Union that were passed by the Parliaments of both countries despite widespread protest across Scotland.[16][17] Scotland's legal system continues to be separate from those of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and Scotland still constitutes a distinct jurisdiction in public and in private law.[18] The continued independence of Scots law, the Scottish education system, and the Church of Scotland have all contributed to the continuation of Scottish culture and Scottish national identity since the Union.[19] Although Scotland is no longer a separate sovereign state, the constitutional future of Scotland continues to give rise to debate.

Friday, February 20, 2009

History of Shwedagon Pagoda

Location Yangon, Myanmar

Constructed 6th century
Use Pilgrim, and missionary of Buddhism
Height Antenna/Spire 112.17 metres (368 ft)
Roof 105 metres (344 ft)

Architect King Okkalapa

According to legend, the Shwedagon Pagoda is 2500 years old. Archaeologists believe the stupa was actually built sometime between the 6th and 10th centuries by the Mon, but this is a very controversial issue because according to the records by Buddhist monks it was built before Lord Buddha died in 486 BC. The story of Shwedagon Pagoda begins with two merchant brothers, Taphussa and Bhallika, from the land of Ramanya, meeting the Lord Gautama Buddha and receiving eight of the Buddha's hairs to be enshrined in Burma. The two brothers made their way to Burma and with the help of the local king, King Okkalapa, found Singuttara Hill.

The stupa fell into disrepair until the 1300s when the Mon king Binnya U of Bago had the stupa rebuilt to a height of 18 meters (60 ft). The Mon kingdom possessed two great pagodas of especial sanctity, the Shwemawdaw at Bago and the Shwedagon.

Originally only twenty-seven feet high, it was raised to a height of sixty-six feet in 1362 by King Binnya U as an act of special piety. Dhammazedi's immediate predecessor, his mother-in-law Queen Shinsawbu (1453-72), raised its height to 40 meters (129 ft). In 1472 she yielded up the throne to Dhammazedi, she retired to Dagon.

The worst damage came from a 1768 earthquake that brought down the top of the stupa and it was raised to its current state by King Hsinbyushin (lit. Lord of the White Elephant) of Konbaung Dynasty. A new hti or crown was donated by King Mindon Min in 1871 after the annexation of Lower Burma by the British.

The worst damage came from a 1768 earthquake that brought down the top of the stupa and it was raised to its current state by King Hsinbyushin (lit. Lord of the White Elephant) of Konbaung Dynasty. A new hti or crown was donated by King Mindon Min in 1871 after the annexation of Lower Burma by the British.

Wars and Invasions
In 1608 the Portuguese adventurer Philip de Brito e Nicote, known as Nga Zinka to the Burmese, plundered the Shwedagon and took the 30-ton bell donated in 1485 by King Dhammazedi who succeeded Shin Sawbu. De Brito's intention was to melt the bell down to make cannons, but when he carried it across the Bago River it dropped into the river never to be recovered.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Meaning of Life

The meaning of life constitutes a philosophical question concerning the purpose and significance of human existence. The concept can be expressed through a variety of related questions, such as Why are we here?, What's life all about? and What is the meaning of it all?. It has been the subject of much philosophical, scientific, and theological speculation throughout history and there have been a large number of answers from many different cultural and ideological backgrounds. This suggests the meaning of life is different for each person. Albert Camus observed, we humans are creatures who spend our lives trying to convince ourselves that our existence is not absurd. [1]

The meaning of life is deeply mixed with the philosophical and religious conceptions of existence, consciousness, and happiness, and touches on many other issues, such as symbolic meaning, ontology, value, purpose, ethics, good and evil, free will, conceptions of God, the existence of God, the soul and the afterlife. Scientific contributions are more indirect; by describing the empirical facts about the universe, science provides some context and sets parameters for conversations on related topics. An alternative, human-centric, and not a cosmic/religious approach is the question "What is the meaning of my life?" The value of the question pertaining to the purpose of life may be considered to be coincidal with the achievement of ultimate reality, if that is believed by one to exist.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Buddhism is mostly about ending the feeling of pain that all people feel inside. Gautama Buddha taught that pain is a part of all life. He taught that pain is because of desire. And he showed that there is a way to end desire and end pain by doing good things, not doing bad things, and training one's mind. This is done to end pain and gain enlightenment. Enlightenment is living in nirvana. (Nirvana means "ending", like a fire going out.)

Buddhism teaches non-harm and moderation or balance, not going too far one way or the other. Buddhists often meditate, or think deeply, while sitting in a special way. They often chant and meditate while walking. Buddhists sometimes do these things to understand the human heart and mind. Sometimes they do these things to understand the way the world works. Sometimes they do these things to find peace.

Buddha Statue: A Symbol of a Religious Founder
The Buddha Statue is a symbol of Buddhism's ancient founder, Siddhartha Gautama, a prince from northern India. He lived from about 563 to 483 BC. Buddhism originated as a form of atheism. They abandoned the idea of a personal God (Ishvara) who controlled the eternal fate of souls. Gautama denied the ancient theistic beliefs, because he found it challenging to bring together the idea of suffering and evil with the existence of a righteous God.

Buddha Statue: A Symbol of the Enlightened One
The Buddha Statue signifies the "Enlightened One," the basic idol of Buddhism. Buddhism conveys the philosophy of self-perfection - its essentials are contained in the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path. Buddhism adheres to various "scriptures." Buddhists hold the Pali Canon to be the oldest and most authoritative "scripture." The Four Noble Truths affirm that (i) life is full of suffering (dukkha); (ii) suffering is caused by craving (samudaya); (iii) suffering will cease only when craving ceases (nirodha); and (iv) this can be achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path. Generally, the Path consists of right views, right aspiration, right speech, right conduct, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right contemplation. Other Buddhist philosophies include the belief that nothing in life is permanent (anicca), that individual selves do not truly exist (anatta), that all is determined by an impersonal law of moral causation (karma), that reincarnation is an endless cycle of continuous suffering, and that the goal of life is to break out of this cycle by finally extinguishing the flame of life and entering a permanent state of pure nonexistence (nirvana).

Buddha Statue: A Symbol of a Belief System
The Buddha Statue represents a belief system that has evolved into three main philosophies:

Mahayana (the "Greater Vehicle") represents approximately 56% of the total Buddist population and is prominent in China, Japan and Korea. Over the years, Mahayana has opened itself to many different Asian beliefs and now treats Buddha as a god.
Theravada (the "Doctrine of the Elders") represents approximately 38% of the total Buddist population. Theravada is the closest to the original atheistic philosophy, and is principally followed in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia (Kampuchea), Sri Lanka (Ceylon) and Myanmar (Burma).
Vajrayana (also known as Lamaism or Tantrism) represents the remaining 6% of Buddists and is primarily found in Tibet, Nepal and Mongolia. Vajrayana has added disturbing portions of shamanism and the occult. Currently, there are approximately 613 million Buddists worldwide, with approximately 1.5 million living in the United States. Buddhism has been growing in the U.S. due to surges in Asian immigration, endorsement by celebrities in music and movies, and its close ties to the New Age Movement.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Histry of Chittagong

Chittagong has been a seaport since ancient times. Arabs traded with the port from the 9th century AD. The Chittagong region was under the kingdom of Arakan during the sixth and seventh centuries. Before Muslim rule, Chittagong had been either under the control of the Arakans or under the kings of Burma. Sultan Fakruddin Mubarak Shah of Sonargaon conquered Chittagong in 1340. The explorer Ibn Battuta passed through Chittagong during his travels. After the defeat of Sultan Ghyath ud-Din Mahmud Shah at the hands of Sher Shah Suri in 1538, the Arakanese again captured Chittagong. From this time onward until its conquest by the Mughals this region was under the control of the Portuguese and the Magh pirates. The Mughal Commander Umeed Khan expelled the Portuguese from the area in 1666 and established Mughal rule there. The Mughals renamed Chittagong as Islamabad. The city was occupied by Burmese troops shortly in First Anglo-Burmese War in 1824.

Where was the empire of Rakhine in the last histry?

The dominant group that lives in the Arakan is the Rakhine Buddhists. In the year 957 C.E., a Mongolian invasion swept over Vesali (Vaisali) - the capital city - and killed Sula Chandra, the last Hindu king of Chandra dynasty. They destroyed Vesali and placed on their throne Mongolian kings. Mohammed Ashraf Alam writes, ?Within a few years the Hindus of Bengal were able to establish their Pala Dynasty.

But the Hindus of Vesali were unable to restore their dynasty because of the invasion and migrations of Tibeto-Burman who were so great that their population overshadowed the Vesali Hindus. They cut Arakan away from Indians and mixing in sufficient number with the inhabitants of the eastern-side of the present Indo-Burma divide, created that Indo-Mongoloid stock now known as the Rakhine Arakanese.

This emergence of a new race was not the work of a single invasion. But the date 957 AD may be said to mark the appearance of the Rakhine in Arakan, and the beginning of fresh period.? They were a wild people much given to plunder, violence, cruelty, kidnapping, enslavement and sea piracy, and came to be known as the Maghs of the Arakan. History researcher Alamgir Serajuddin writes, ?Their cruelty, comparable only to that of bargi marauders of later days, was a byword in Bengal. Shihabuddin Talish thus described it: “They carried off the Hindus and Muslims, male and female, great and small, few and many that they could seize, pierced the palms of their hands, passed thin canes through the holes and threw them one above another under the deck of their ships.?

After the Portuguese established their settlements in Chittagong, Sandwip and Arakan during the Mughal rule of India, the Rakhine Maghs entered into a scheme of plundering Mughal territory in Bengal by making an alliance with the Portuguese pirates. So the Magh-Portuguese piracy was a menace to the peace of Bengal until 1666, when the Mughals, under the governorship of Shaista Khan (1664-1688) conquered Chittagong from the Arakanese control. That year (1666) marked the decline of the Arakanese Empire. [The Arakanese (Rakhine) Maghs left Chittagong, never to reoccupy it, which became a part of Bengal (and now Bangladesh). However, plundering by the Magh-Portuguese pirates continued throughout the 18th century.

Historian G.E. Harvey writes, ?Renell?s map of Bengal, published in 1794 AD marks the area south of Backergunge ?deserted on account of the ravages of the Muggs (Arakanese)??. The Arakan pirates, both Magh and feringhi, used to come by the water-route and plunder Bengal?. Mohammedans underwent such oppression, as they had not to suffer in Europe. As they continually practiced raids for a long time, Bengal daily became more and more desolate and less and less able to resist them. Not a house was left inhabited on their side of the rivers lying on their track from Chittagong to Dacca. The district of Bakla [Backergunge and part of Dacca], which formerly abounded in houses and cultivated fields and yield a large revenue as duty on betel-nuts, was swept so clean with their broom of plunder and abduction that none was left to tenant any house or kindle a light in that region. ?? When Shayista Khan asked the feringhi deserters, what salary the Magh king had assigned to them, they replied, ?Our salary was the Mughal Empire. We considered the whole of Bengal as our fief. We had not to bother revenue surveyors and ourselves about court clerks but levied our rent all the year round without difficulty. We have kept the papers of the division of the booty for the last forty years.??

Because of their centuries of savagery, the Maghs of Arakan earned such a bad name that they started calling themselves the Rakhines.

The Rakhines practice Buddhism and their spoken language is pure Burmese with slight phonetic variation.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Lecture on old Rakhine

THE resident representative of a prestigious French university suggested in a lecture last week that the contribution of the ancient kingdom of Rakhine to Myanmar’s role as a gateway between South and Southeast Asia deserved further study. Dr Jacques Leider, a professor at the Ecole Francaise d’Extreme Orient in Paris who has spent the past year in Yangon, made the suggestion in an address titled L’Arakan, un royaume bouddhiste en Birmanie (‘Rakhine, a Buddhist kingdom in Myanmar’) at the Alliance Francaise last Tuesday. During an hour-long address, Dr Leider outlined how Rakhine’s history shows repeated social, cultural, economic and political links with Myanmar’s central heartland and such countries as modern-day Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Holland and Portugal.

One of the world’s leading specialists on Rakhine history, Dr Leider said that geography and international pressures created a unique kingdom in Rakhine for much of the last millennium. He urged anyone interested in Rakhine history should visit Mrauk-U, the site of one of the former kingdom’s major cities.

Kimberly Fielding

Saturday, January 17, 2009

How to study English language ?

In some countries, English is the sole or dominant language. It has that role in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. All of these countries are former British colonies. In other countries, English is widely used, particularly among people who have no other language in common, even though it is not the dominant language of the country. For example, English is widely used in Hong Kong, Singapore, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Malaysia. In such countries, it is often used as a means of communication between people who have different native languages.

The way to learn a language is to read literature, newspapers (not the Sun!), lsiten to the radio and the most precious source of all the native speaker ! And spend time in the country.

There are four reasons that it can be hard to understand non-native English speakers whose grammar is good but whose intelligibility is poor:

1. Vowels and consonants are inaccurately pronounced, substituted or entirely omitted.
2. Inappropriate stress is placed on syllables in words.
3. The rhythm and melody of speech (intonation) doesn't match American English intonation patterns.
4. The rate of speech is too fast. A fast rate of speech compromises our understanding no matter who speaks fast.

When we don't understand the speaker because of a heavy foreign accent, we must take the time to understand and offer compassion. The longer we are in a conversation with someone who is difficult to understand the more we begin to tune out and shut down.
1. If needed, ask the speaker to clarify anything you don't understand.

2. Restate what you heard the speaker say.

3. Model good clear speech and proper grammar.

4. Ask him/her to slow down or use different words to convey the meaning when the message isn't getting across.

Choosing materials that are fun, easily accessible and easy to use so that your interest and desire to become better understood continue.
1. Lack of time to practice the lessons.

2. Boring study materials.

3. Insufficient feedback about progress.

More than ten million Japanese visit foreign countries each year, and more than one third visit English-speaking countries. Probably more than half of these people go abroad as part of a tour, and they do not speak English during the visit.

Nowadays many college graduates who work for large corporations will have opportunities to visit foreign countries on business or work in foreign countries.

More Japanese attend international conferences and need to present papers and participate in discussions. Most international conferences are held in English. Many researchers in universities and companies attend international conferences to present the results of their research.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Rakhine Women's Union


Saw Nwe Nwe Oo
RWU Joint Secretary
Phone : +5104360541

India :

Saw Aye Thazin Way
Phone: +91-41586975


Saw Me Me Khaing


RWU General Headquarters
34A, Pallabi, Mirpur 12
Dhaka -1216
Phone: +880 2 9013435
Mobile: + 880 1819426153

Rakine Wpmen's Union Central Committee

Women Leadership program

Women Education Program

Relif Program

Health Care

Child Education Support

Arakan Eagle

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Find out where you need to study

Netherlands is a land of opportunity to study .There are many scholarship programmes available in Netherlands at

Volunteer at Vocational Training centre for Myanmar Migrant workers in Thailand
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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Zayed University launches eight new graduate programmes

Zayed University (ZU) announced the launch of eight new graduate programmes, scheduled to commence in February 2009.

Admissions to the eight graduate programmes is open to males and females of all nationalities, and applicants will be evaluated on completion of an undergraduate degree in IT, MIS, Business or any related field from an accredited university, in addition to English proficiency in order to manage a challenging, fast-paced programme.

The programmes include:
the Master of Science in Finance in partnership with the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University,

the Master of Science in International Business programme in partnership with Thunderbird School of Global Management,

the Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme in partnership with Northeastern University,

the Master of Arts in Tourism Communication programme in partnership with Florida University,

the Master of Education in Special Education programme in partnership with the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington and the University of Connecticut

the Master of Science in Information Technology (Specialization in Cyber Security)

Graduate Certificate in High Technology Crime Investigation

Graduate Certificate in Information Security in partnership with The George Washington University.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Around the world in a day

When Work Readiness Programme (WRP) students at Al Ain Women's College (AAWC)in UAE  took on a project to host an International Village on campus, it proved to be a fun experience as well as an opportunity to put into practice the skills they had learned over the months.

Multinational event

More than 200 students participated in the event, which showcased the following countries: Canada, the USA, Australia, China, the UAE, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Oman, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Ethiopia, India, Algeria, Morocco, Thailand, Turkey, Italy, France, Greece, UK, Mexico and Korea.

Students started working on the project in October. "Each exhibit focused on the folklore of each country as well as traditional dress, food, music, legends and holidays."

The International Village was more than just an extracurricular event for WRP students.

"In our programme students are learning lots of different skills such as teamwork, time management, organisational skills and conflict resolution. With this project they are able to apply the theory they have learned to a real-life situation."

"Our year-and-a-half programme does not have majors. It is for adult students who want to get a job and [they] therefore acquire different skills to help them achieve this, such as Arabic, computer skills, basic maths and work skills."

They find jobs as secretaries, in banking, hospitals, factories and schools. "It's a door opener to go into any field they like."

She added that the students ranged between the ages of 18 and 35 and although many of them were forced to leave high school because of marriage or health reasons, they are now extremely motivated to further their education.

Motivated to succeed

"We learned about the many sports the country has, the kinds of foods they eat, agriculture, the population; and looked at maps of the country. It's amazing how large Australia is and the amount of agricultural land, forests and animals they have," Jameela said.

Noora Suhail Al Ameri is an unemployed mother of three who was unable to finish high school. She joined the WRP programme because she had difficulty finding a job.

"The most important skill we learnt was cooperation. Meera is unmarried and is in her last year at high school; in addition she is doing the WRP programme. She wants to pursue a bachelor of arts degree. "Unfortunately there are not many options for women but I would like to study business."

Source:Gulf News

Sharpen your language skills

"We encourage people to listen to the radio to improve their English," says Khan. "Since most of us are either in taxis or driving to work most of the time, listening to the radio will improve your vocabulary," he says. Eton also offers CDs which you can listen to while driving.

The other trick is to read a lot, magazines, newspapers, "whatever you can get your hands on."

Some institutes offering English language courses in Dubai :

British Council temporarily located at Dubai English Speaking College at Academic City.
Adult courses: A 36-hour course costs Dh1,900 (Dh1,950 for an IELTS course).
Phone: 800 225522

International Technology Education Centre (ITEC, Knowledge Village
04 3671076

04 3602955/6

Emirates Institute of Technology Training
02 667 1118

Berlitz Language Centre, Jumeirah
04 344 0034

Source: Gulf news

Take advantage of all extra time in early morning

Age and condition Average amount of sleep per day

Newborn up to 18 hours
1–12 months 14–18 hours
1–3 years 12–15 hours
3–5 years 11–13 hours
5–12 years 9–11 hours
Adolescents 9-10 hours
Adults, 7–8 (+) hours
including elderly
Pregnant women 8 (+) hours

We should try to wake up at 4 am .

I enjoy jogging , breathing fresh air, and praying or donating water to the Buddha in the early morning .After that,I uaually read some newspapers online .

Some people like to use that time on preparing my kids’ lunches, on planning for the rest of the day , on exercising or meditating, writing and on reading. By the time 6:30 rolls around, I’ve done many important things more than many people do the entire day.

Early sleeping is like the saving money in the bank. If you sleep early ,you can get up early ,get new energy and extra times and make more money .

1.Have light snack before bed i.e,warm glass of milk which contain tryptophan and it acts as a natural sleep inducer

2.Take a hot bath 90 minutes before bedtime

3.Make sure your bed and bedroom are quiet and comfortable
If light bothers you, wear a slumber mask. If noise bothers you, wear earplugs

4.Exercise at least 4 hours before bedtime

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Job Opportunities

You can also find out the job search at , and you need to know what kind of job vacancies are avaaliable and see the requriements for interviews .

Most of the Myanmar staffs came here to Trader Hotel Dubai , first through Trader yangon which is 4 stars hotel amongs the Shangri-La hotels Group . Mostly ,Myanmar staffs are not good in Englsih , expecially pronounciation ,even they got some degree .

There are new under-constructing Shangri-La hotels in UK , Canada , US , China , India and so on . You can also find the job vacancies .This is the first step. Not only you , there are too many nationalities want to apply and had applied to Shangri-La Hotels around the globe .

As for me , I find difficults to get the hotel job through job search agent or company , before in Myanmar . They ask me the Hotel Experience 2 years . But I didn't have any experience . Fortunately , I attended one of the computer seminer which explained about career oppotunities and scholarship for hotel certificate at Hotel School , in ICT park, Myanmar .

Then I got interview , got the training with scholarship and got job in Thingaha Hotel ,Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar , for 1 and half years .

Fortunately , I read the news about job oppotunity in Dubai at Myanmar Time Newspaper . I didn't believe that they will select me to come here because there are many people who working at 5 stars hotel and had more experiences than me who worked at nearly 4 stars hotels in Nay Pyi Taw .

I got very difficult to get this job , going to the Intenet Cafe and asking what should I do in Nay Pyi Taw.Some of my colleges and some managers said me that I was like a crazy guy because I use Internet as much as I have time but I was still silent and keep on surfing and emailing .

I know that oppotinities folow the people who use Intenet daily , very good in Englsih language and send at least 4 emails daily according to the one of the reserch at Journal .I do this guide line daily if possible . If you also follow this guide line fully 100% , we will surely get 100% oppotunities and the jobs what we want , right now .

Monday, December 22, 2008

Manage your time

One key tool that can help you to get organised is a diary. Ideally, you should have one where you can see both months and weeks. You need to get into the habit of writing down all your activities. If you have an electronic organiser or computer, then set aside some time to learn how to use them fully.

Your diary can help with coursework and revision. This will help you to feel in control and avoid last minute panics.

Let's say that you must revise for my biology exam. It's much plan your time into specific tasks ,breaking down a big piece of work into smaller.You can then use your weekly diary or schedule to plan when you are going to fit those tasks in , whcih blocks of time to spend on an activity.

Use alarm clock to time yourself. This will help you to concentrate as you won't be continually clock watching. It's a good idea if you make a regular time to look at your week ahead and plan your schedule.

It's important to learn to differentiate between urgent goals and important goals. For example, doing your GCSEs is an important long-term goal, but getting your maths homework in tomorrow is an urgent short-term goal.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

People get heigher as their country get growths

How to grow taller ?

The basic rule of the thumb formula for human height may be summarized as:
(Genetics + Hormones + Nutrition) - Stress

The growth and development of the body usually happens at the average age of 16 years for girls and 18 years for boys. Getting proper sleep is vital for the growth hormones to perform its function effectively. Human growth hormone (HGH) is a substance released by a pea like structure deep inside the brain just behind the eyes. This substance is mostly released during the first couple of hours of sleep and after exercise. Its function is to stimulate growth in human body up until the end of puberty. There is no medication that can make you enhance height after puberty. Proper and effective breathing brings sufficient oxygen into your body to stimulate growth. Only deep breathing is effective breathing.

There seems to be a correlation between economic growth and human height. Asian populations were once thought to be inherently shorter; though it now seems that the average height of China and other Asian countries have improved significantly. The human growth responds to better health care facilities and better nutritional diet.

According to the rule of the thumb the ideal weight of Men can be calculated as under: For the first 5 feet the weight should be 106 pounds. And for each additional inch add 6 pounds.The ideal weight of Women can be calculated as under:
For the first 5 feet the weight should be 100 pounds. And for each additional inch add 5 pounds.

What kind of a diet can help increase my height?

A nutritious diet that includes fruits and vegetables, dairy, cereals, meat, and plenty of water will aid the natural process for enhancing height.

Some exercises that may also be helpful for the human growth factor include:
1. Kicking
2. Jumping
3. Cycling
4. Swimming
5. Jumping Rope
6. Sprints