Brief History of Myanmar Country

Brief History of Myanmar Country

Brief History of Myanmar Country

Brief History of Myanmar Country

       The Unitary Republic of Myanmar (also called “Burma” in the Western world) is a country in Southeast Asia. The country covering an area of ​​680 thousand km² has been ruled by a military government since the 1988 coup. The country is a developing country and has a population of more than 53 million people (2017). The capital of the country was previously located in Yangon before being moved by the military junta government to Naypyidaw on November 7, 2005. (Also read : Brief History of Philippines)

Change of the name

       The name change from Burma to Myanmar was carried out by the military junta government on June 18, 1989. The military junta changed the name of Burma to Myanmar so that non-Burmese ethnic groups felt part of the country. However, this name change is not fully adopted by the international world, especially in British Commonwealth countries.

History of Myanmar’s Independence

       On January 4, 1948, Myanmar succeed to get independence from Britain. But before that, Myanmar was one of the British colonies. Myanmar after falling into the hands of the British often put up a fight against the British government. From this the spirit of Myanmar’s nationalism rose. As for several other reasons that caused Myanmar Nationalism to emerge due to several external factors, namely: read more

Life Spirit of Young Palm Tree

Life Spirit of Young Palm Tree

Life Spirit of Young Palm Tree

Life Spirit of Young Palm Tree

       Once upon a time in the desert, there lived a young palm tree. She enjoyed her life, and she hoped everything of her life useful. She felt joy in each sunrise as the first rays of sunlight touched her branches, she was happy when birds came to rest in her shade as the day grew hotter, she danced in the desert winds that blew through her leaves, and she listened with a grateful heart to the silence of the night. She thanked God for the gift of being alive. (Also read : Legend of Bandung)

       One day a man passed by. He had run away from a nearby town where people had cheated him, and now he felt anger as he crossed the pitiless heat of the desert without food or water. In his fury he resented the happiness of the palm tree, and shouted at her; “Hey, you, palm tree, why should you be so happy when I am so miserable? If I have to suffer, then you should suffer, too”. On saying that, he picked up a big, heavy stone and slammed it down on top of the tree’s trunk. read more

Unforgotten Shadow of You

Unforgotten Shadow of You

Unforgotten Shadow of You

Unforgotten Shadow of You

The shadow of you comes into my mind

Open a little space of my thought

And force me to think of you all the times

The shadow of you follows into my steps

Take a little part everywhere my body goes

And force me to imagine of you all the days

(Also read : Big Sacrifice of Mother )

The shadow of you comes into my heart

Take a little piece of my feeling

And force me to feel of you all the beats on

(Also read other article at : Valuable Learning From Sacrifice)

The shadow of you comes into my lung

Tear a little part of my breath

And force me to take a picture of you all the atmosphere in

(Also read other article at : Soal tentang Present Continuous Tense)

The shadow of you comes and comes over me

Guide a little part of my soul and spirit

Accompany a little part of my hope and aspiration

And force me to stand by your side all my life

      That’s all the poem about Unforgotten Shadow of You that we can share for this occasion. Hopefully the poem above can be used as improving our imagination. (Also read other article in Indonesian version at : Rasa Rindu Menyapa Sukma) read more

Surabaya Heroes Monument

Surabaya Heroes Monument

Surabaya Heroes Monument

        Surabaya has well known as the City of Heroes. This is because of the fighting in this city on 10 November 1945 in which the battle of the people of Surabaya tore down the Dutch flag and killed the leader of the Dutch who named General Mallaby. This battle became part of the history of the founding of the Indonesian nation. To commemorate the braveness of the people of Surabaya to regain Independence in November 1945, it was built a monument. The name of monument was Surabaya Heroes Monument. (also enjoy : Plengkung Beach Banyuwangi East Java)

        Surabaya Heroes Monument is located in the center of Surabaya city. It is exactly located on Pahlawan Street, in front of the office of Governor of East Java. It lies within easy reached is the reason why this place is frequently visited. Various plants and flowers that exist in this area a magnet for people who want to visit Surabaya Heroes Monument, to rest or spend the morning and afternoon with just sitting around to see buildings that remind people struggle Surabaya. read more

Life Spirit Wise Words for SMS WhatsApp or Facebook

Life Spirit Wise Words for SMS WhatsApp or Facebook

Life Spirit Wise Words for SMS WhatsApp or Facebook

        Sending Wise Words is nice for expressing our feeling in order to be muse someone who read. For this we want to share some other Life Spirit Wise Words for SMS WhatsApp or Facebook. However, it is actually not only for SMS, WhatsApp or update status of Facebook, but also can be function as other functions, for example wall note, diary or others. So let’s go to the Wise Words or quotes. (also read : Inspiration Wise Words Successful People)

Here are some quotes of Life Spirit Wise Words for SMS WhatsApp or Facebook:

  • Time is precious, once it is past no one can go back and claim it thus everyone should be mindful of how his time is spent.
  • Giving is more blessed than receiving.
  • Taking action is far better than just talking about problems or negative situations.
  • Real love does not take into account the flaws of a person.
  • Everyone has to carry his burden or responsibilities in life.
  • Do not judge others as you are not perfect yourself, so be merciful in the hope that others will show you mercy one day.
  • If we want a person’s friendship we must accept him totally, faults and all.
  • A man is ruled by his passions.
  • Self-trust is the first secret of success.
  • If you cannot defeat an opponent or get him to change his ideas, plans or way of doing things, the best thing is to change your ideas, plans, etc.
  • First think, and then speak.
  • Fear of death is worse than death itself.
  • The same misfortune will probably not occur again in the same place or to the same people.
  • An ignorant person usually raises no questions because he is not aware that problems exist.
  • Something may be unpleasant or painful, but it can help you in the long run.
  • A person who owes no one a debt is free of worry, and therefore, rich, in a sense.
  • Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
  • A person’s age is immaterial, it is only when he thinks and feels that he is ageing that he actually becomes old.
  • Be careful what you wish for, you might just get it.
  • Always leave room for change.
  • When someone copies what you do, it means they really admire you or the way you do things.
  • If you are too greedy and try to grab everything you see, you might lose that and everything you have too.
  • Lack of preparation will cause you to lose or fail.
  • It is more honorable to do the right thing even if you will be punished or have to die for it than to live as a coward or a liar.
  • There is more than one way of getting a job done.
  • The troubles seem to go on and on without end.
  • There is no upper limit to something.
  • Things that are done in a hurry are usually done sloppily, and may contain careless mistakes.
  • We cannot be cheerful when we have financial problems.
  • It is not what a thing is called that matters, but what it is.
  • Be positive in life.
  • Talk may be beneficial, but sometimes acquiescence may be the best option to take.
  • There are always two ways of looking at something.
  • Example is better than precept.
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
  • If you are away for too long, people may forget you.
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