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ation of the locals in Kanpetlet, the Kanpetlet Municipality Registry established a signpost in the town of Khin Dwe stating that anyone can appeal within 30 day against the suggestion of the Mone Chaung of 1600 acre of lands in the area of the town of Chin Dwe. Well-known on the web by the Kanpetlet community, the firm wants to run an aspiring ecotourism group.

Seemingly, the company's main target is also the Mindat and Matupi townships, which have a magnificent scenery along the highway that connects them. Lwin Moe, the proprietor of the firm, has long since shown his interest in the south of Chin State, and it seems that he has been planning to do so for a long time.

Himself he also went to Cin Dwe Village and turned to the village inhabitants for the country. Cin Dwe Village staff once wrote a letter against the company's suggestion and it was sent to the local council and their copy was also sent to the Chinese state authorities. When they wrote such a request, the natives thought the suggestion would be turned down by the state.

In contrast to this common belief, the firm came to Kanpetlet last months and told the custodians its work. Speaking at the conference, the local NGOs strongly opposed the idea because they felt that the suggested tourist activities would do more damage than good to the people. There is a very nice grasslands in the country for which the firm has suggested, and the area will certainly attract many tourists.

It is well known that the side effect of waste will be brought to this country by tourists. The way the business will handle it. It will also have the Mone Riviera as one of its touristic assets, and many towns along the riverbank and many life depends on the cleanliness of the riverbank.

Neither are the natives prepared to make this suggestion from a technical point of view. It would come to them as a surprise. You have no skills or know-how on how to address the tourist challenges that you would have to face if the offer were adopted. It is not in a position to address tourism-related questions.

Kanpetlet, for example, saw a crowd of tourist coming to Mount Khawnu in the high summer time. As every year, many people from the lowlands have been picking Rhododendron. In fact, it is not only for reasons of revenue that we should pursue it. Wherever the tourist industry is booming, it has left a profound impact on local culture and society.

Kanpetlet has seen for a long time how the tourist sector in a community without adequate safety precautions and rules for the local people not only benefits the local people, but also causes a number of apparently unsolvable problems with the area. This city has long been arrested on rural matters. It said it had requested the VFV country law, which does not take into account the usual system of ownership of land belonging to minority groups, from the state.

In the Cindwe Village wing, the Kyatui Oppu family owns the lands proposed by the group. So the country belongs to this group. The country can only be admitted to the tourist industry with the joint approval of this group. Mone Chaung Company's suggestion involves lands, and that is a great concern for the natives.

Despite the approval of the suggestion, the agency should concentrate more on rural matters in the township. This should try not to cause another problem with the country. Few believe that the Mone Chaung Company initiatives would be beneficial to the people. Natives aren't prepared for such a big effort.

If they could find work in this sector, they would not get high rank. Natives, even if they are not able to manage and operate this enormously profitable industrial sector, should at least be involved in the same. Over the long term, it would be very hard for the local people to raise objections to the commercial performance of businesses in the state of Chin.

Governments should find ways to keep ownership of any company in the state. It should, for the moment, practise as much as possible the protectionist approach and, at the same token, encourage Chinese businessmen to investment in the tourist sector. There is great scope for the tourist sector in the state of Chin to extend to the north.

That is why the state should have an appreciation of the importance of tourism. The tourist sector, if it is not run correctly and is beyond the local people's grasp, would be a curse for the state. This is something the Chinese authorities should be conscious of.

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