Category Archives: Myanmar

The Yangon Circle Lain Train, Myanmar

Many of the worlds big cities have an expansive metro system and a so-called ‘Circle or Loop Line’ with a variety of stations or stops that circumference the inner or outer metro areas. Moscow, London, Paris, Berlin and Beijing are all … Continue reading

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ADRA development projects in the Dry Zone, central Myanmar.

On my bus ride from Yangon to Bagan, Myanmar, I was lucky to sit next to a Project Manager from ADRA, a non-profit and international non-governmental development and relief organization working in more than 120 countries worldwide. In Myanmar, it … Continue reading

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“Come to Myanmar, but don´t steal. The government doesn’t like competition”. – Moustache Brothers comedy team of Myanmar, performing in their small garage in Mandalay.

I just came back from my trip to Myanmar (also known as “Burma”) – home to a totalitarian military dictatorship. As a tourist, I was careful to minimise any money going to the government and was warmly welcomed by the … Continue reading

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