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Me:Zali, Salad in Tazaungmon

    Me:Zali, Salad in Tazaungmon

     Me:zali is a medium size tree providing edible leaves and flower buds, grow wild or grown across the country in Myanmar. Its botanical name is Cassia Siamea. In

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Steamed Glutinous Rice [Kauk Hnyin Paung]

    Steamed Glutinous Rice [Kauk Hnyin Paung]

The Seventh lunar month of Thadingyut (October) is a month of many events. It is the time when the South – west monsoon started to say good -bye to our

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Inntha

    Inntha

Inlay region where Innther reside has quite a lot of ancient Pagodas and monasteries. Phaungtawoo Pagoda at Namhu village is very famous not only in Shan state but all through

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Shwe Hta Min

    Shwe Hta Min

‘Shwe Hta Min’ is a popular Myanmar traditional dessert made with gultinous rice. Shwe Hta Min has a sweet taste and so it is a delicious dessert. It is easy

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Kaunt-Mont

    Kaunt-Mont

Kaunt-Mont is a thin crispy crepe that is made from batter of rice and lentils. You can buy this snack

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Ta-ang (palaung)

    Ta-ang (palaung)

The Ta-ang (Palaung) live in a number of places in Myanmar, mainly in northern/southern Shan State, Kutkhaing, Muse, Namasang region, Kalaw region and

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SPOTLIGHT ON MYANMAR , THE ‘LEAPFROG’ NATION

    SPOTLIGHT ON MYANMAR , THE ‘LEAPFROG’ NATION

WPP and Millward Brown released the BrandZ: Spotlight on Myanmar, in June 30 at Sule Shangri-La Hotel, exploring critical business

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Taung Thar

    Taung Thar

Taungthar national ribes who reside around Yaw, Magwe region believe that their tribes were of Pyu lineage. But historians thought

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BEIN MONT

    BEIN MONT

Bein Mont is a kind of Burmese street snack and it look like pancake. This can be found in every

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RAKHINE MONTI

    RAKHINE MONTI

Monti is a kind of Rakhine food. It mainly includes Rakhine-style noodles, flaked fish both raw or fried, garlic and pepper, garnished with chopped coriander, some drops of edible oil

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