Strengthening China-Myanmar friendship discussed

H.E Mr Hong Liang, the Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar, called on Thura U Shwe Mann, Chairman of Pyidaungsu Hluttaw’s Legal Affairs and Special Cases Assessment Commission, at the Hluttaw A...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Yangon and Its Urban Fringe

By Moe Moe (Architect) While studying the first lecture of urbanization discipline, the professor told us to discuss about our cities’ urbanization problems, their causes and ways of solv...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Tea leaf production increases with ‘two row’ plantation process

Tea leaf growers are seeing improvements due to their implementation of a “two-row” cultivation method, which enhances yields than densely cultivated plants. The pilot planting method is...

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Step backwards to move forward

Khin Maung Myint We used to say, “an elephant that is about to charge takes a step backwards”. Humans, like the elephants also have the natural tendency to lean the body back or to step b...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Procrastination is the cause of loss and destruction, to coin a phrase

Khin Maung Oo Sometime in the past, a little more than two and half decades ago to be exact, city developers began to emerge in the country, especially in Yangon, with ambitious urbanizat...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Local onion prices increasing due to low supply

The price of local onions has started to increase two months earlier than usual this year, according to Bayintnaung market reports. On 20 July, onions were selling at prices ranging from...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Gov’t to provide to enhance local sugar producing industry

The government plans to boost sugar production to reduce the nation’s reliance on sugar imports and re-exports, according to a report of yesterday’s edition of City News. Myanmar re-expor...

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One more H1N1 death reported

Another death from the H1N1 virus was reported yesterday, this one a 43-year-old fisherman from Ayeyawady Region, according to local authorities, bringing the death toll from this year’s...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Rakhine State receives Japanese passenger ship

Rakhine State received a passenger ship donated by the Japanese government to be used for coastal transport routes in Kyaukpyu starting on 25 July. The Kispanadi-2 has a seating capacity...

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