“Cultural Heritage Conservation, Community Engagement and Sustainable Development”. Lessons learnt from the Italian Development Cooperation in Southeast Asia
Last month several famous traditional festivals in Myanmar were unfortunately cancelled due to Covid-19. The Taungbyone Nat festival near Mandalay and the Lawkananda festival in Bagan were two of the more recent ones cancelled. To keep the tradition, the spirit and the fun of these festivals alive, MYANMORE is together with Exploration Travel creating "online festivals” with a short story about each festival, pictures from previous years and inviting people to add pictures, stories and memories of the festival.
Just like Eid al-Fitr that is celebrated in May following the month of Ramadan, Eid al-Adhi is also a holy celebration for the Muslim culture with different traditions and rituals to commemorate this day.
“It’s a strength of Myanmar that when the nation faces a tragedy the community rallies together,” said Ye Htut Win, Founder of Sharky’s and Master Chef Myanmar Judge. Together the government and medical staff are tirelessly working to help COVID-19 patients recover. Yet who keeps frontline workers healthy? Right now, it’s Omnivore by Sharky’s and Kaung Lun Lote backed by the financial might of KBZ Bank.
Most visitors missed out on lakes when visiting Myanmar because it seems like a boring activity on the itinerary. In fact, lakes are some of the most astonishing views of the country. Each lake in Myanmar has unique scenery as well as a historic background, and some can even take your breath away. Visit Myanmar like the locals, study the lifestyles, and be part of their daily life. By visiting the lakes, you can get interesting insights into the local life.
Hosted by Michael Waitze from Asia Tech Podcast, this Live Talk will feature a conversation with J. Par - a talented young female Myanmar singer - and talk about various topics in her life and career.
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