Modern News Journal Myanmar

Myanmar modern news journal

We' re updating all journal download links from myanmar. Souvenir: Modern Journal | Date: A young man serves beer in a beverage shop in Yangon, Myanmar. Mu?ammil Hussain, told lawmakers, according to Pakistani news reports. After a two-year facelift, Kettle's Yard - where modern art meets potted plants and pebbles - opens.

A New Light from Myanmar", "Kyemon" ("The Mirror") and "Myanmar Alin".

References of the pdf-versions of "The[Global] New Light of Myanmar", "Kyemon" ("The Mirror") and "Myanmar Alin" Description/Topic:Links to various series, mostly in Burmese. "journals ": 8days........ Weekly channel Sports......... Trade Journal.......... News of crime......... Flowers News......... Well-being Digest Journal......... News/Hot News Weekly......... Human resources journal......... Within the weekly sport......... Portable travel guide journal.........

Burma Business Today......... View of Myanmar Mobile......... Burma properties......... Burma as Taw Sint......... The Myanmar Times......... The Myanmar Times (Myanmar)......... Subtitle: Net Guide Journal.......... Favourite news......... Ownership now........ The Pyimyanmar Journal......... The Shape Entertainment Journal......... The Snap Shot Journal......... Sports view Journal......... Leader Journal......... Modern news......... Reporters News Journal......... Of the Street View......... Trading hours.........

Traveller Journal......... Morning diary......... Guide TV......... WP Weekly travel information......... Weekly Venus News......... Guidebook......... The Myanmar Times - Special......... New light from Myanmar.........The mirror....... The Pyimyanmar Daily. Descriptive/Topic:This page has a link in the lefthand side to the 2017 archive of "The New Light of Myanmar", "Myanmar Alin" and "The Mirror" ("Kyemon") (may be a few extra workdays).

Under" News Archive" there are also news of the past years, some of which work, but most of them do not.

Collections of common Myanmar videos

Freelance4reader offers current news, domestic and foreign news. Messages are shown in text, videos and photos. Users can view news in various catagories on www.free4readers.com (e.g. business, entertainment, education, festival, tourism, celebrities, media & music....etc). Information about the activities and events of the Myanmar population inside and outside Myanmar can be found here.

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The international report will be a little more modern

For the Times' overseas correspondent, magazines have long been a way of taking the reader with them when they discover afar. However, they needed a fresh start, our global journalist wrote. The New York Times for at least three decade-long period contained a special publication named Journal. It was the aim to diversify reporting, which generally focuses on everyday, often crisis-driven news.

It was a place for our correspondent to take our readership to a funny or interesting place in the whole know. However, the journal was designed in a time of printmaking when telling stories was restricted to what worked in writing and writing. Today, the press roll is still much of our identities, but even the most occasional readership knows that Times journalists and writers have much more than just writing and writing to tell a tale now.

So many new opportunities for us to do our work, we thought it was right to take the Journal into the modern age. Our aim is to give our readership the feeling of being on site with us. One message can still be a traditionally writen history, like this Delhi Journal by Ellen Barry about the winter sleeping conditions in this city:

The Venice Journal by Jason Horowitz about this town that is overwhelmed by tourists: It can also be what we call a tap-through, like this play by Chris Buckley on the riverbank where China and North Korea meet: Or, perhaps, a film like this captivating account of ambulance workers in Gaza during the recent protests:

The messages contain what could be imagined as a reporter's notebook in which the authors tell a little about themselves when they are reporting on the news. It is not about focusing on our correspondent, but about letting them fall back on their own experience - in a way that the old, studded Times may have scorned - to help the reader better understanding the game.

Do you think there is a message that one of our correspondent should take over? Now we ask our correspondent to break through this 4th barrier from time to time to tell the reader what goes through their mind in their work, as Hannah Beech did with her enormously mighty Times Insider play about the Rohingya migrants' crises in Bangladesh:

We' ve already started to roll out a few dispatches of how this play from a Andaman Sea vessel trying to save Rohingya escapees from pursuit in Myanmar: We' d also like to know if there is a programme you think should be taken over by one of our correspondent - whether in printed form, photograph, film or a mix of all three.

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