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  • Naypyidaw Case Study

    On Sunday November 6, 2005, the Myanmese military government officially relocated the national capital from Yangon to Naypyidaw in a rural mountainous valley in southern Mandalay Division. The next day, Myanmar’s Information Minister, General Kyaw Hasan announced that the country’s capital would be a newly established city in Pyinmana District. On March 2, 2006, the new administrative capital in Kyatpyae Village of Pyinmana District was publicly named “Naypyidaw (Nay Pyi Daw). Capital city often move, as in the case of Myanmar’s generals uprooting the country’s administrative center from Yangon to Naypyidaw. This specific case of Myanmar however was quite rational and with surprisingly practical reasons. While many of the motivations ascribed…

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  • Modern Day Social Imagery In George Orwell's Shooting An Elephant

    In “Shooting an Elephant” by George Orwell, the author writes about his experience with dealing a rampant elephant in British Colonial Burma. Privilege is usually viewed as a positive attribute, however Orwell explores all of the negatives that privileges can bring, which can be applied to modern day social expectations and politics. In order to highlight its effects on a personal and a widespread level, he uses the rhetorical device of figurative language. The figurative language__________…

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  • Is The British Rule In Burmese Days By George Orwell

    George Orwell critiques British rule in Burma through John Flory by having Flory detest the imperial rule, yet have him also feel caught up in the riptides of the imperial movement as though he must go on with it or face being isolated from everyone else around him. In Burmese Days, when thinking about his fellow Englishmen’s culture during a conversation with Dr. Veraswami, John Flory thinks to himself, “Dull boozing witless porkers! Was it possible that they could go on week after week, year…

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  • Road To Mandalay Analysis

    The Road to Mandalay The Road to Mandalay, which I have watched in ASEAN Love Film Screening Activity, is the film co-produced by Myanmar and Taiwan directors. This film reflects Myanmar labours’ life in the Thai society. Thailand is the popular destination for illegal Chinese-Burmese immigrants who want to get a better life. The majority of the movie is devoted to their intertwined lives in Thailand. Even without the romance, the movie reflects the migrant experience well by touching on many…

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  • Analysis Of Mandalay Bay Casino

    Take a stroll past the cacophony of the casino, keep going past the cluster of gift stands, phone charging stations, food smells from many cafes, scent of stale cigarettes and cheap liquor lingering in the many bars, to arrive at the aquarium housed inside Mandalay Bay Casino. Solitude: the whisper of water bubbles floating through liquid heaven, soft illumination of ever changing colors, the aroma of salt water, a hint of wood from the floor and bench style seats. Entering the aquarium,…

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  • Importance Of Internship At Mandalay Sports Media

    Just a month before school ended a friend of mine sent me an email about an internship at a sports media company called Mandalay Sports Media. After doing some research about the company and its background I was excited and eager to find out about the opportunity. I received an email address and sent an email about my interest. A few weeks later I was told I would be able to join the Mandalay team as a summer intern. Sports has always been my passion and learning a new facet about the sports…

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  • British Colonialization In The Glass Palace, By Amitav Ghosh

    imperialist modes of social, cultural and ecological dominance in his fourth novel The Glass Palace. The novel points out that how colonialization has brutally exploded in the South Asia and results into the environmental degradation. The novel is interlocked in the various historical events like colonization of Burma by the British, the First World War, and conquest of Japan over Russia, the intense changes wrought by World War II etc. It’s a story that initiates in Mandalay in the year 1885…

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  • Las Vegas Shooting Essay

    Las Vegas Oct. 1, 2017 there was a shooting at a festival hosted at Mandalay Bay. 59 people are dead and 500+ were hurt in the shooting. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The gunman was found dead at the scene and was identified by Lombardo as Stephen Paddock. Authorities recovered a total of 42 guns belonging to the shooter. At least 23 firearms were found in his Mandalay Bay hotel suite. Orlando Florida, June 12, 2016 there was a shooting at a gay nightclub. The…

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  • What Is Las Vegas's Electronic Dance Music Industry?

    The Light clubs is in the hotel/ casino of Mandalay Bay. There are tons of residents DJ’s that play all throughout the year, according to The Hungry Partier in 2015. Artist like A-trak, Alesso, Axwell, Baauer, Carl Cox, Clockwork, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dyro, Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, Laidback Luke, Nicky Romero, Skrillex rage in the Light club at Mandalay Bay (The Hungry Partier). The Marquee club at The Cosmopolitan is another club that caters to raver. It is know for having amazing…

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  • Sesame Oil Case Study

    challenges are they have to compete with the imported palm oil in selling the sesame oil. Some uncompetitive millers have shut down their oil mills. In addition, raw sesame products are poor quality; they are faced with the difficulty in milling. Nowadays, most of oil millers mixed sesame oil with palm oil. However, it is positive effect on the consumer demand but negative effect on the health of consumers. Insufficient raw materials hamper optimal utilization of mills. Most mills are outdated,…

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