Formerly Called BurmaPreviously called Burma
Burma: Flows of Taste - Naomi Duguid
Situated at the interface between China, India and the countries of Southeast Asia, Burma has long been a country that has incorporated external factors into its daily lives, from the Buddha school to foods such as potatoes. The tempting tea leaf salad is a typical meal in the heart of Burma and the east side of the city.
Everywhere you go in Burma, you get a slightly different story, because, as Duguid says, each area puts its own note in the court. The 125 different formulas contain a wealth of stories from the author's many journeys to this amazing but little-known country. Learning about an unknown civilization is best through eating and in Burma:
Burmese superstar: Addicting Recipes from the South East Asian Crossroads - Desmond Tan, Kate Leahy
Famous for its lively desks, the sizzling of bulbs and cloves in the frying pan and a waiting period so fabulous that clients queue up before opening the door, Burma Superstar is a Bay Area facility that offers guests a foretaste of Myanmar's addictive, savoury and spicy cuisine.
Memories of Nikita Khrushchev - Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Sergey Khrushchev
The first two books, edited by the Pennsylvania State University Press in 2005 and 2006, tell the tale of Khrushchev's ascent to Soviet rule and his role in the struggle against Hitler's incursion into the Soviet Union. It will also discuss farming, accommodation and other internal policies, defence and demilitarisation.
The Khrushchev depicts his treatment of international leaders and his state visit to Great Britain, the United States, France, Scandinavia, India, Afghanistan, Burma, Egypt and Indonesia. The first part of the book deals with Khrushchev on the relationship between the Soviet Union and the Soviet Forces. Khrushchev will discuss the quest for confederates in the Third World in the third part.