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 www.britishcouncil.org/burma
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 – email@example.com)
Telephone: 256290, 256291 ext 3316
Welcome to all
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