Posts Tagged ‘South Asia’

Google’s Moving Ad About 1947 Partition of India & Pakistan Tops 10 Million Views

December 15, 2013

Google’s Moving Ad About 1947 Partition of India & Pakistan Tops 10 Million Views


Burma’s Ominous Political Debate over Ethnicity

June 26, 2013

Burma’s Ominous Political Debate over Ethnicity By |

Burma’s Minister of Immigration and Population Khin Yi poses for a picture at his office in Naypyidaw on June 10, 2013. The text on the background picture reads, ‘Humans cannot disappear when swallowed by earth, humans can disappear when swallowed by humans.’ (Photo: Reuters / Soe Zeya Tun)


“Myanmar Gateway” between ASEAN, India and China

September 16, 2011
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Source: Yunnan opens all its borders By Li Yingqing, Guo Anfei and Liu Yujiao (China Daily)

Yunnan province has seen new opportunities for improving both its economy and its society now that a provincial project has become part of a national strategy.

Yunnan’s Gateway Project was started in December 2009 as a direct response to remarks that President Hu Jintao made during a visit to Yunnan in July of that year.


Muslim (Islamic) Halal food in Myanmar

July 21, 2011

NOTE: Malaysia’s ASTRO wish to shoot some episodes in Myanmar regarding this topic. They wish to promote Myanmar Torism. They requested my help so I contacted Myanmar Embassy Senior Officials. ASTRO even promised to be accompanied by a Myanmar Tourism/Information/Special Police or Military office. They agreed to pay all expences, censor conditions etc. Although Myanmar Embassy support, Myanmar replied NO. It was the same reply last 20 yrs ago when they refused Malaysia’s Internationally renowned Chef Wan’s request. Why did Myanmar Gov want to stay under the moonlight in the holow of a Bamboo or are they enjoying the pool of water in the footprint of a bullock?


A better place for their children, why it is not Malaysia?

December 7, 2010

Source_MInsider: A better place for their children, not Malaysia By Melissa Chi

  1. First-class education system,
  2. a corruption-free government,
  3. zero tolerance on racism
  4. and the basic skill to communicate properly

are all on one Malaysian’s mind when he chooses to work in Australia.



September 6, 2010
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The recent discovery of a gene carried by bacteria that makes some diseases practically untreatable has raised alarm bells on the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

THE discovery of a new and dangerous gene that can make bacteria resistant to powerful antibiotics has once again raised alarm about the spread of infections that cannot be treated by medicine.