Myanmar show

The Myanmar Show

Myanmar International Tourism Expo (MITE) is organized by ICVeX, a professional trade show organizer in Southeast Asia. Rajan Datar travels through Myanmar in a special episode of The Travel Show. A live show of the Myanmar rock bands Wai La and Side Effect. Anti-Muslimism to love for Myanmar Rohingya Muslims. The event, organised by UBM Myanmar, the largest trade fair organiser in the country, provides an excellent platform for entering the emerging Asian market.

The Myanmar Rock Show! feast

Side-effect is one of the most energy-packed independent Myanmar acts. In 2004 the group began cultivating an independent style that blends their poetical texts with their deep rooted melodic origins in Burma and blends them with influences from Garagenrock, Power-Pop and Back-to-the-Basics-Rock'n'Roll, similar to The Hives and The Strokes.

Your hymns represent the impassioned resistance of Myanmar's young people. In 2014 they performed one of the largest US SXSW 2014 musical festival in Austin, Texas and also in Germany, Denmark, Malaysia, Indonesia, India and Thailand.

Puppetry, puppet theatre, Yangon

Shows are shown twice a day in the afternoons, but early and later shows can be booked if there is a minimal attendance or if you pay as a temporary show. Mr. KHIN MAUNG HTWE, owner-director, followed his mother's theater visitor to theater productions at a young age and became a theater enthusiast.

During the whole evening he saw theater performances at the Pagodas, sometimes for about five consecutive evenings with his mum. Revitalize, conserve, enhance and spread Myanmar's most important heritage theater. In order to amuse the general publics and international visitors with local puppeteering.

Nat-Ga-Daw Ritual Dancing or Spirit Votaress or Spirit Medium : The" curtain up", which is actually the first floor sequence of a puppeteering, is the" ritual dancing of Nat-ga-daw". The dancing is presented to the Tha-gya-min (King of Heavenly Beings), the renowned mantheon of....

Japan in Myanmar's parlors with new TV show

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Myanmar's first TV tour, Mingalarba Japan, takes the audience on a tour of 13 Japanese towns, giving advice on what to see and where to go. Among the towns presented are Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura, Kimitsu and Kamogawa, with each of the episodes taking in a different city. "I' ve been living in Japan for a long while.

Now I like Japan's tradition and eating, and I like the way they see the world," said U Jaw Maran, who presents the show with fashion designer Thandar Hlaing. "It was quite exhausting to film the show: and we didn't end until around noon. However, it was rewarding and I am happy that we can take the audience to Japan," he said.

The programme was developed by U Jaw Maran - Chairman of the event management agency of Living Sound Entertainments, which last year organized the 2NE1 show in Myanmar - in cooperation with the Japan-based entertainer Kantou Eizou Seisakusha Renmei. Producer's been shooting the show since November. "Japan's civilization is one of a kind and different from anywhere else in the canyon.

I' m delighted to be able to show with this programme how nice my land is," said Hiroshi Chikasada, the manufacturer from Japan. Every Tuesday and Saturday at 6pm Mingalarba Japan is on Kanal 5 Plus.

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