What do you call People from MyanmarSo what do you call people from Myanmar?
What do you call the people who live in Myanmar.
What do you call the people of Myanmar? Officially I believe they are named Myanmese, but I have seen some papers with the word'Myanmese'. Others - Cultures & Groups - 4 ResponsesRandom Responses, Reviews, Commentaries, Reviews: 1: they are known as Myanmar! Two: Myanmar, but the newer term might come into fashion.
As Persians can be named Iranians. One has to be cautious with the word burmesian because it relates to the buryemic ethnic minority (about 60% of the country) and could estrange the other Myanmar people (.i.e. the ethnical minority like the Kayin, Kachin, Mon, Chin etc.).
that was part of the reason for the name shift to Myanmar. The majority of minority groups will be proud to begin by identifying their group before referring to Myanmar (at least within Myanmar). The people of Myanmar are usually still described in most modern Christian religious publications as the people of Burma, which normally includes them.
The" people of Myanmar" is more emblematic of the concept used by the Myanmaranmars.
Several Myanmar citizens reject Suu Kyi's call to prevent the use of words such as'Rohingya' and'Bengali'.
Aung San Suu Kyi said at her meetings with Foreign Minister John Kerry that the names "Rohingya" and "Bengali" should not be used for the oppressed ethnical Moslem minorities, as they are ambivalent and "emotional" concepts that do not contribute to resolving the dispute. Suu Kyi is once again tackling the problem without really providing specific answers.
Whilst she liked to tell others what not to say, she did not offer any solutions: if they should not be Rohingya, what should they be known as? Channels New Asia reported that some Burma extremeists are already refusing Suu Kyi's call, and the Rohingya are right to maintain that their right is labelled "Rohingya.
Several Rohingyas are worried about the consequences of not being able to use the name. If Rohingya is not used, the Fellowship is afraid that they will not be regarded as a citizen and will not be privileged to be Myanmarese. The Myanmar Nationalist Party, on the other side, said they would oppose Mrs Suu Kyi's proposal and continued to call the Bengali people.
"I do not take the word'Rohingya'," said Zaw Win, an antisocial. "I' m gonna keep calling these people Bengali. When the two words "Rohingya" and "Bengali" are not to be used, the new administration and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi should tell the general population what we should call them.
We' ll keep on protested throughout the whole state until the authorities make an formal declaration that the Rohingyas do not really fit in here.