Describe MyanmarInclude Myanmar
What would you describe Myanmar in one phrase or less?
"Aung Sang Syu Kii, Backward nation, Military Rule, Burma has gone dark" This best describes the sorry state of Myanmar aka Burma. In the face of the military dictatorship since the 1962 military dictatorship, efforts for democracy reform have been made, but thanks to the junta's shadows little has been accomplished from there.
The 2010 election has brought a new beginning, but the NLD, made up of ex-junta members, still rules the people. The junta was disbanded in 2011. Burma is a land of enormous opportunity and the wish for freedom and instability.
Journey through Myanmar (Burma)
Burma is located in southeastern Asia, eastern India and western Thailand. Several of you have probably been hearing about Myanmar in the last ten years through small excerpts of newsmagazines. Most of you probably had no clue that Myanmar even exists. Myanmar's story is disastrous and violent.
From 1962, the land was involved in a military offensive under the leadership of Ne Win, and the army officials put it in order under the State Law and Order Restoration Council (SLORC), which later became the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC). is that Myanmar has a tranquility that no other land has.
They are happy in the relationships between their families, boyfriends and their working lives. In contrast to my blog about Spain, where I have written everything that came to my head, I need to be careful and attentive to what I am writing about Myanmar and how it comes across. I will try to give a short summary of who, what, where, when, why and how with all the question you might ask yourself why I am going to a secluded land like Myanmar:
I went to Myanmar with my folks and my little bro when I was fourteen. My folks took us children there? In 1957 my father was in Myanmar when my grandpa worked there at the university. Thus we as a whole have become great supporters of the cause of human right consciousness, culture and the arts in Myanmar.
During 2005, we took a luxurious sightseeing walk through four different towns in the land (Yangon, Inle Lake, Bagan, Sandoway), each so dramatically different from the next one that you wouldn't know you were still in Myanmar if no one were to tell you about it. I' ll always be remembered for this journey like none of the others - so incomparably to any other place on the planet that it will leave me without the words to describe it.
What made Myanmar my dream place? Unreliable enough to do a top-notch placement - we moved to Myanmar and started from there. Thanks to these connections, clubs and friend organisations, we have succeeded in organising an industrial placement in the field of general medicine and medicine on the other side of the globe.