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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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  • Anxiety In Public Speaking

    and solutions of PSA, little information is available on a detail analysis of the level of sources that affects on PSA. The aim of the present paper is to present the results of survey conducted in the first year English specialization students in University of Yangon to determine the most influential sources which cause PSA. Method The research was conducted by using a survey questionnaire, investigating the first year English specialization students, from University of Yangon. This research…

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  • Aung San Suu Kyi Informative Speech

    (also known as Burma) who is respected all over the world. She is loved not only because of her looks or riches, but because of her monumental political movements. She gave up everything and would be willing to give her life for the sake of the people of Myanmar. Suu Kyi is a living hero in Myanmar who fought for the human rights of the poor, the weak, and the oppressed. To better understand Aung San Suu Kyi, her life is categorized into three parts; her background life before involvement in…

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  • Myanmar Case Study

    rich in natural resources such as petroleum, timber, tin, antimony, zinc, copper, tungsten, lead, coal, some marble, limestone, precious stones, natural gas, and hydropower. Climate Myanmar has a tropical climate with three seasons: a cool winter from November to February, a hot season in March and April, and a rainy season from May through October. The average annual temperature is 28°C (82°F). Target geographic area Infrastructure construction is expected to have the fast growth,…

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  • Fred & David Coffee Company

    The QSPM collects the information from the EFE Matrix and IFE Matrix directly. Fred & David’s QSPM strategic alternatives are defined as Alternativeness Scores (AS) and Total Alternativeness Scores (TAS). Fred & David coffee shop expanded alternatively product development (introducing coffee, tea and new products) and market development (new shops in Yangon region). Finally shows the total attractiveness scores are 5.89 for product development and 5.69 for market development. Therefore, that…

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  • Gandhi's Idea Of Civil Disobedience

    In 1942, Japan invaded British India and established independent Indian provisional government in Yangon. Gandhi believed this was the only way that India can be independent, he drafted a plan to let India quit Britain. As soon as the beginning of the independence movement, all National Congress leaders, and Gandhi were arrested in Yangon. Two years later, the British government released Gandhi who announced the obsoletion of the independence resolution. Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King…

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  • What Are The Impact Of Garment Labor In The Garment Industry

    their employment contracts. In this study, some cases showed that the labor of the union members had been dismissed without notice when their contract term ended and the employer had not offered extension or renew of the contract. Though the union members observed that they were being grudges due to their activities in the labor union in their workplace, one 19 year-old union member said “ I am afraid that after the contract term is finished, the employer can fire or stop the contract without…

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  • Sesame Oil Case Study

    Women can also participate in the processing of sesame brittle and become an important job creation. The sampled processor needs improved technologies because of high demand of labor and labor scarcity and improved storage facilities to reduce rat destruction. 6.6 Challenges and Constraints of Exporters in Sesame Marketing in Yangon The quality of Myanmar sesame seed is still relatively low. Therefore, the price received is also low compared to other sesame exporting countries. The major…

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  • Doctor Remission Essay

    science, when I was hospitalized with Dengue Fever during my middle school. I still remember myself lying on the hospital bed with on and off consciousness, my forearms having felt the teardrops of my mom and my desire to sit up and say her that I was fine although I could barely move any part of my body. Only due to the excellent care and treatment of the doctors, I could recover from that serious illness and could make my mom happy again. That great remission had introduced me with the value…

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  • Cyclone Nargis Reflection

    mid-October) and Winter (mid-October to mid-February). The official cyclone season is in monsoon period and the high potential of cyclone formation is in pre-monsoon and post-monsoon periods. Cyclone Nargis struck on 2nd and 3rd of May 2008 in Myanmar and it became the devastated ever disaster in country experience due to the death toll (about 138,373) and losses (approximately 4.1 billion US$). The response of the government was criticized by humanitarian actors, due to its delay in response…

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