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Zawgyi-One is recognized as an own voice in Myanmar - Dot...
Zawgyi-One is recognized by Facebook as a Myanmar native tongue. That is the outcome of most of Burma's Zawgyi-One-using people. Facebook calls Unicode by my_MM and Zawgyi by qz_MM. You call it Burma (Zawgyi). is a two-letter countrycode for Myanmar and my two-letter-languagecodec for Myanmar (Burmese).
You use qz for the Zawgyi-One type. QZ is reserved for personal use according to IETF's Best Currentpractice for Language Tags. While Myanmar is technologically advanced, the adoption rates are low for various reason. Zawgyi One is not Unicode-compliant and will not be further enhanced.
However, the user is acquainted with it and it will remain for the near term.
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MYANMAR OR BURMA? - Ways of change
Myanmar or Burma? What do you call the western part of Thailand? It can be as simple and representational of the countries you come from or as complicated as your own views and views on the 67-year long dispute known for the systematic repression of indigenous minorities in that state.
"Burma " was the formal name of the state until 1989, when the reigning army jungle changed its name. "Myanmar " was immediately adopted by the UN and some states ("Japan and France"), while others (e.g. America) did not want to accept the change. Since Ways of Change works with those who have escaped from the relevant land, we must have an idea on the hot issue, right?
I have learnt from informal talks with my roommates and neighbours that some minority groups favour "Myanmar" because they have the feeling that it is more inclusive than "Burma", suggesting that they are only Bamar (Burmese) tribes, although the minority groups, which make up about 32 per cent of the country's total populace, are ignored (government figures on the distribution of tribes are still very controversial, especially in terms of the frontier areas).
But on the other side, some folks favour "Burma" because of its historic importance and, similar to my point above, as an act of contempt for the present state. I was told when I asked the reasons for this development that it was about ten years ago that many minority groups who live in the particular land had at last adopted the name change that had taken place sixteen years earlier in order to re-establish union and unite with the dominant state.
There is little comfort in this overview in choosing the "right" way of referring to the particular state. The book provides some excerpts from those who are directly affected and what nourishes their choices. It is not what leads me through such decision-making but what I call "people correctness".
The accuracy of humans refers to what is right for those directly affected. I' d like to know what experience and convictions make up the man with whom I interact and how this is reflected in a deliberate choice and empathy with him. I' m not the UN; I' m a character who interacts with other humans.
All I want is to listen to their history and make an appropriate and informative selection that reflects my experience and convictions. Decisions of politicians may or may not affect my election; decisions of those directly concerned will definitely affect my decision-making as well.
It is about human beings and awareness, and this chain of making choices is translated into all areas of my whole being ("conscious consumption", for example). Not everyone always has immediate and unrestricted use of the resources that make this possible, but we can use our links to make informed choices.