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Buffet | The Myanmar Times
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This bookstore is based on a traditional cuisine. The visitor grabs pockets and puts in as many ledgers as they can. They are in English, with a particular emphasis on children's writing, said Ma Thu Zar, spokeswoman of the Myanmar Book Centre. "There are many types of book, but this year we have made room for fiction and children's books," she says.
Here is the twelfth book buffet. Aim of the surgery is to sensitize kids to reading and teaching them to read and write a book in another one. During the four days the sales event takes place from 9 am to 6 pm. All Myanmar Book Centre stores offer up to 15 per cent discount for members and 10 per cent for non-members for those who like the a la carte meal.
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