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The[ Global] Connection - Faculty of Economics & Law
The[ Global] Connection is a set of periodic, informative meetings in nearly 30 towns around the world. The courses, which were created in 2014 for UQ Schools of Business, Economics and Law graduates, are now open to all UQ Schools. The[ Global] Connection takes place every year in March, June, September and December at the following venues.
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The Myanmar Times
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Co Wai Aung had never done such a thing, only replied: He first created a wrought-iron desk light with galvanized steel tubes, which he usually uses to fix the bathroom. He' published it on Yangon Connection, a Facebook page where local and international information and goods are traded.
Soon he became a popular figure and launched his own Facebook page, "Yangon Handmade Creation", to market his works of art: "People today want new designs to adorn their houses. Ko Wai Aung wanted to be a printmaker as a teen. However, to the common whistles he added tea, iron wood, rubber cloth and pinewood as his tools of selection to make his lights and upholstery.
He' s looking to grow his businesses and recruit new staff, but qualified and imaginative staff are scarce in Myanmar, he says.