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      Myanmar Information
The country of Burma is formally known as the Republic of Myanmar. It is located in Southeast Asia. The nations which share it boundaries with Burma, on the northeast there is the People's Republic of China, to the east there is Laos, to the southeast there is Thailand, to the west there is Bangladesh, to the northwest there is India, and in the southwest it has the Bay of Bengal. The total area covered by the nation is about 676,578 km2 or 261,227 sq mi. The nation is second biggest in Southeast Asia and 40th in the world. Population wise the country stands in 24th position in the world. The nation achieved its freedom in the year 1948. The country has experienced several civil wars in it. The country of Burma was military controlled from 1962 to 2011. The country of Burma has affluent natural resources. The economy of Myanmar is not well developed. In the world the health care system of Burma is considered as most terrible. The country in the period of British has developed it in communal, fiscal, traditional and administrative reforms and has entirely altered the once-feudal society.

      Myanmar Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The country of Burma or Myanmar has a various types of local culture in it. The Buddhist and Bamar culture can be greatly experienced. Bamar culture dominates the language, cuisine, music, dance and theatre. Theravada Buddhism is the regional structure for arts and literature in Burma. People in Burma follow Buddhism and nat and it structures rituals. The monastery is considered to be the hub of civilizing life. A Buddhist ritual known as novitiation service or shinbyu has its significance in boy's life. The paya pwe or pagoda festival is very famous in Burma. The British and western culture dominates the Burmese culture, idiom and learning. Dramatic, folk and village, and nat dances can be seen in the Myanmar nation. Thingyan festival is one of the most liked festivals of Burma. It is celebrated for four days. It is celebrated to remember the Eight Precepts of Buddhism. Few of the well liked visitors attractions of the country of Burma are Yangon, Bago, Mandalay, Bagan, Ava, Amarapura, Pyin U Lwin, Mount Popa, Mon StateKyaiktiyo Pagoda, World's biggest Reclining Buddha at Mudon, Mawlamyaing, Mrauk U, Ngapali Beach, Inle Lake, Taunggyi, Chaungtha, Ngwesaung, Myeik Archipelago, Hukawng Valley, Hkakabo Razi, Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park and Popa Mountain National Park. Football or soccer is the chief sport in Burma. A native sport played with a rattan ball by the feet and the knees is Chinlone. Lethwei or Burmese kickboxing is well liked and generally played in the pagoda festival. Burmese martial arts thaing, is classified as bando an defenceless war and banshay an equipped fight. Cricket is also a well liked game in Burma.

      Myanmar Demographics
Myanmar total population - 55,390,000
Myanmar male population - 26,844,857
Myanmar female population - 27,154,947
Maynmar Bamar population - 37,665,200
Maynmar Shan population- 4,985,100
Maynmar Kayin population - 3,877,300
Maynmar Rakhine population - 1,938,650
Maynmar Chinese population - 1,384,750
Maynmar Mon population - 1,107,800
Maynmar Kachin population - 830,850
Maynmar Indian population - 692,375
Maynmar Kayah population - 415,425

      Myanmar Education
The regime Ministry of Education supervises the educational system in the country of Myanmar or Burma. The British rule in country has left its impact over educational system of Burma. Major parts of schools are government schools. There are only few private schools in the country of Burma. The completion of elementary education is mandatory. At global level the obligatory education lasts till the student?s age is 15 or 16. There are two Departments of Higher Education. The education system is classified as primary education, secondary education and tertiary education. Formally the primary education is essential. It consumes five years. The country of Burma has a comprehensive examination of basic subjects. Students clearing this exam can carry on with the secondary school. The Secondary education comprises of middle schools and high schools. The middle school ranges from standards 6 ? 8 and high school ranges from standards 9 ? 10. To achieve the diploma a student has to clear the Basic Education Standard 10 Examination or matriculation exam. Myanmar, English, and mathematics are compulsory subjects. They can even opt for extra 3 subjects like chemistry, physics and biology. The Myanmar Board of Examinations oversees the matriculation exam. Gondu is a merit obtained by acquiring top marks in a subject. Pursuing the education in the international English-language schools or other private schools the students are not capable to attempt the matriculation exam. The country of Burma or Myanmar is incorporated with 101 universities, 12 institutes, 9 degree colleges and 24 colleges in Burma.

Myanmar Symbols

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Myanmar Flag
Myanmar Flower
padauk
Myanmar Mammal
Green Peafowl

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Myanmar Tree
thazin orchid
Myanmar Song
We shall always love Myanmar

      Myanmar History
The Myanmar nation?s tribal natives were Indo-Aryans and the Mongolian assailants in 700 B.C. The nation of Myanmar was formed by Anawrahta. The people of Mon are believed to inhabit in east of Myanmar in 3,000 B.C. Irrigation systems were formed and the civilization and trade was started with India. In AD 628 currently Prome was the capital of Pyu. Burmans after the half of ninth century took over the communities of the Mons and the Pyu. The king Anawrahta of the Pagan Kingdom has made the integrated state of Myanmar. The turn down of the nation was started in the thirteenth century. British captured the complete country of Myanmar. The nation was developed as the chief exporter of rice in the world. The Burmans were utilized by the Chinese and Indian settlers. This period was considered as sluggish communal breakdown owing to the British power. This was resulted in a nationalist movement. Portuguese captured in the coast of Bay of Bengal. The nation was developed into a new colony in the year 1937. The Japanese attacked the Burma in the year 1942. The regime was popularly recognised as the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League (AFPFL). In April 1947 the country of Myanmar got its liberty. The "Burmese Path to Socialism" was initiated in the year 1962. The Sino-Burman and Indo-Burman communities were improved by the rules and laws. In the year 1991 Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was honoured with Nobel Peace Prize. A fresh constitution was initiated by the SLORC in the year 1993. There were disagreements among SLORC and NLD in the year 1996. The SLORC was separated in November 1997. The State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) substituted the SLORC.

      Myanmar Tourism
The nation of Myanmar is well known for its natural beauty. The tourism in this country is gradually budding. The nation?s regime is mounting the visitors of the nation. The communal conditions of the nation have slowed the visitors of Myanmar. The economy of the nation is improving by the tourist sector. Yangon, Bago, Mandalay, Bagan, Ava, Amarapura, Pyin U Lwin, Mount Popa, Mon StateKyaiktiyo Pagoda, World's biggest Reclining Buddha at Mudon, Mawlamyaing, Mrauk U, Ngapali Beach, Inle Lake, Taunggyi, Chaungtha, Ngwesaung, Myeik Archipelago, Hukawng Valley, Hkakabo Razi, Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park and Popa Mountain National Park are major tourist destinations of Myanmar nation. The tourism department is very firm in its obligations. A gold-gilded rock located on peak of a precipice is Kyaiktiyo. It is must see site of the country of Burma. The Mount Olympus of Myanmar or Mount Popa is a dead volcano in Burma. It is green haven situated over the hot plains. The beach of Ngwe Saung is known for white sand and crystal clear water. Indawgyi Lake is the biggest lake in the country of Burma. Dawei, Myeik & Kawthaung the three districts of Kawthaung well attract the tourists. Muse situated on the Shan Plateau is very popular.

      Myanmar Transportation
The Transport system of Myanmar country is not advanced. The system is incorporated with airways, roadways, waterways and railways. About 28,200 km or 17,523 mi of area is covered by roads. Only 3,440 km or 2,138 mi of roads are paved. The nation comprises of about 69 airports. The International airports in Myanmar are located at Yangon and Mandalay. 11 airports can handle over 3,047m. The railway tracks in this nation cover an area of 3,991 km or 2,480 mi. Yangon to Prome of 259 km/161 mi, Mandalay of 621 km/386 mi and Myitkyina of 1,164 km/723 mi are few of the major lines of the nation. The waterways are mainly utilized for trading. It covers 12,800 km or 7,954 mi and 3,200 km or 1,988 mi. The transport system of Burma is managed by the two ministries. They are Ministry of Rail Transport and Ministry of Transport. The rail network of Myanmar country is widespread and very old. Trains are time-consuming, frequently late, and allege inflated rates. The bus rates are reasonable when compared to railway rates. The condition of roads is not well maintained in Country of Burma. Luxury buses are easily available and can be relied. The nation is included with a big river ferry network. The regime supervises the ferry network. Private cars are also available on rent. They are reasonably charged.

      Myanmar Universities
University of Medicine, Magway, Magway Region, Myanmar - 4000 Students
Mandalay Technological University, Patheingyi, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 2000 Students
Myanmar Aerospace Engineering University, Meiktila, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 279 Students
University of Dental Medicine, Mandalay, Chanmyathazi, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 475 Students
University of Forestry, Yezin, Yezin, Pyinmana, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 400 Students
University of Medical Technology, Mandalay, Patheingyi, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 450 Students
University of Medicine, Mandalay, Chanayethazan, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 3840 Students
University of Traditional Medicine, Mandalay, Aungmyethazan, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 602 Students
Yadanabon University, Amarapura, Mandalay, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 22,000 Students
Yezin Agricultural University, Yezin, Pyinmana, Mandalay Division, Myanmar - 300 Students
Mawlamyaing University, Taungwaing Road, Mawlamyaing, Mon State, Myanmar -10,000 Students
University of Computer Studies, Hlawga, Mingaladon 11021, Yangon Division, Myanmar - 4200 Students
University of Culture, Yangon - 430 Students
University of Distance Education, Yangon - 560,000 Students
University of East, Yangon - 11,000 Students
University of Medicine 1, Yangon - 2969 Students
University of Medicine 2, Yangon - 3358 Students
University of West Yangon, Htantabin 11393, Yangon Division, Myanmar - 11,000 Students
Yangon Technological University, Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar - 8000 Students
Yangon University, Yangon Division, Myanmar - 14500 Students

      Myanmar Religions
Myanmar Buddhism Population is 89%
Myanmar Christianity Population is 4%
Myanmar Islam Population is 4%
Myanmar Hinduism Population is 1%
Myanmar other population is 2%

      Myanmar Provinces
Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar Population - 6,663,000
Bago Region, Myanmar Population - 5,099,000
Chin State, Myanmar Population - 480,000
Kachin State, Myanmar Population - 1,270,000
Kayah State, Myanmar Population - 259,000
Kayin State, Myanmar Population - 1,431,377
Magway Region, Myanmar Population - 4,464,000
Mandalay Region, Myanmar Population - 7,627,000
Mon State, Myanmar Population - 2,466,000
Rakhine State, Myanmar Population - 2,744,000
Shan State, Myanmar Population - 4,851,000
Sagaing Region, Myanmar Population - 5,300,000
Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar Population - 1,356,000
Yangon Region, Myanmar Population - 5,560,000
Naypyidaw Union Territory, Myanmar Population - 925,000

      Myanmar Taxes
Myanmar Income Tax - 30%
Myanmar Corporate Tax - 30%
Myanmar VAT - 5-30%
Myanmar progressive tax - 35%

      Myanmar Geography
The nation of Myanmar is the biggest in Southeast Asia. The total area covered by the country is about 678,500 square kilometres or 262,000 sq mi. Area wise the nation stands in the 40th position in the world. The geographic coordinate?s latitudes and longitudes are 9 and 29N, and longitudes 92 and 102E respectively. The nation is divided into 14 states and regions. The country shares its borders with Chittagong Division of Bangladesh and Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh in the northwest of India in the northwest, the Tibet and Yunnan regions of China in the north and northeast, there are Laos and Thailand in the southeast, the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea lies to the southwest and the south. At 5,881 metres or 19,295 ft is the nation?s peak point Hkakabo Razi in Kachin State is situated. The country is largely situated among the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator in the monsoon region of the Southeast Asia.

      Myanmar Government
The government of the country of Myanmar is ruled by the military. The structure of the nation?s regime is presidential republic of bicameral legislature. The country?s president directs the nation. The Pyidaungsu Hluttaw or legislature consists of two houses. They are Amyotha Hluttaw or House of Nationalities and Pyithu Hluttaw or House of Representatives. There are 224 members in upper house and 440 members in the lower house. The cabinet of Burma is managed by the president. The legislative body consists of the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw, Region Hluttaws and State Hluttaws. The judicial system in the nation of Myanmar is restricted. The legal systems have much influence of that of British. This system depends on the executive branch. The Supreme Court is the top court in Burma. The initial law book in the country of Burma is Wareru dhammathat or the Manu dhammathat. The country is classified into seven administrative divisions. The nation is associated with AsDB, ASEAN, CCC, CP, ESCAP, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICRM, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IMF, IMO, Intelsat, Interpol, IOC, ITU, NAM, OPCW, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO, UPU, WHO, WMO, WToO, WTrO, GJC.

      Myanmar Parks
The country of Burma or Myanmar is incorporated with several national parks in it. Some of the national parks and the protected areas of the country of Burma are Khakaborazi national park, Indawgyi lake wildlife sanctuary, Chatthin wildlife sanctuary, Alaungdaw Kathapa national park, Maymyo botanical garden, Nat Ma Taung (Mt Victoria) national park, Popa mountain park, Inle lake wetland sanctuary, Shwesettaw wildlife sanctuary, Sein Ye forest camp, Moneyingyi wetland wildlife sanctuary, Myaing Hay Wun elephant camp, Hlawaga park, Yangon zoological garden and Meinmahla Kyun (island) wildlife sanctuary. The national park of Khakaborazi is situated in the Naungmung township of Kachin state. It is in the north end of Myanmar. This national park covers an area of 1,472 square miles. It was initiated in the year 1996. The Alaungdaw Kathapa national park can be found in Mingin township of Sagaing division. The total area encompassed by this park is about 620.35 square miles. This park was primarily in 1941opened as a wildlife sanctuary. Later in 1984 it was developed as a national park. Nat Ma Taung national park is sited in Kanpet-let, Mindut and Matupi. The park was created in the year 1994. It covers an area of 279 square miles.

      Myanmar Economy
The country of Burma is considered to have the most slightly expanded economy in the world. The economic growth is outcome of stagnation, negligence, and remoteness of the nation. In olden times the country in 100 BC was the chief trade path among India and China. In the period of British rule the country of Burma was ranked as the prosperous nation in Southeast Asia. In the world Burma was biggest exporter of rice. The nation was known for its creation of nearly 75% of teak of the world. A strategy of nationalization was structured in the year 1948. The decline was started after 1950s. The Burmese Way to Socialism, a sketch to take over each and every industry was initiated in the year 1962. Since then the country of Burma was listed into world's largely poor nations. Anti-corruption, money trade rate, overseas savings laws and excise were modified by the new regime in the year 2011. The Dawei deep harbour in Burma constructed using 58-billion dollar is anticipated to make the nation as the prominent trading centre of Southeast Asia. There is double swapping rate system in the country of Burma or Myanmar. The surrounding nations which have healthy relations in overseas savings with the country of Burma are People's Republic of China, Singapore, South Korea, India, and Thailand.

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