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... The Myanmar complex cultural and political landscape is essential. Cultures maintained their important role in nationalist enterprises.
Burma - Culture Smart! Independent publishing group
Myanmar, as Burma is now called, is conveniently located between the two most densely populated states in the hemisphere - China and India - and its unmistakable old culture divides some tradition with both of them. For half a hundred years Burma, with a new democracy and civil rule, is experiencing important changes as it draws closer to its next election in 2015, concealed from the attention of the rest of the world by Burma's self-insulationism.
It is an open nation for tourists and the economy. Burma's tribe is naturally kind and courteous, traditional casual and peaceful. The majority are Buddhist believers and there are couples and Buddhist centres all over the world. They' re also great fans of entertainment, amusement and celebrations - in fact there is a party for every year.
Smart Culture! Burma provides much-needed information about a nation taking its first step towards becoming a major actor on the global scene. The book provides priceless insight into the inner workings of the Burmese, their histories, customs, attitudes and work ethics, and provides hands-on guidance on what to look for in different situations and how to do it.
Whilst their homestays are courteous and courteous by nature, overseas guests must go through a sharp study path to learn to understand the doses and don'ts of Burma's ritual. It is an indispensable guidebook for westerner and entrepreneur interested in exploring or doing businesses in this lovely, mysterious and resource-rich area.
Ms Kyi Kyi May was borne and raised in Myanmar, where she studied at Rangoon Arts and Science University and earned an M.Sc. in Zoology. After becoming a printed reporter, she joined the BBC Burmese Service in London as a production manager and earned a BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Histories from Birkbeck College, University of London.
A BBC production, country journalist and later director of the Myanmar service, she has posted and broadcasted many topical news and reports for people of all agegroups.