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Southern Lisu Dictionary By David Bradley
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The Lisu are a group of just under a million people, with nearly 600,000 in southwestern China, over 300,000 in northeastern Burma, over 40,000 in northern Thailand, and about 1,200 in five villages... More > in northeastern India. Lisu is also spoken as a mother tongue by at least 20,000 non-Lisu in Nujiang Prefecture in China, and as a second language by many more there and in the Putao area of northern Burma. The language is one of the major components of the Central Ngwi subgroup of the Ngwi (Loloish, Yi Branch) group within the Burmic (Burmese-Lolo, Lolo-Burmese) branch of Tibeto-Burman. The Southern dialect group is found in Thailand, in Burma around Mogok and in various parts of the Shan State such as in the southwest near Taunggyi and in the southeast around Kengtung; also formerly in far southwestern Yunnan.< Less
Myanmar Burma | A Photo Journey through Inle Lake By Lois McKay
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TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY | A Photo Journey through Inle Lake Journey through the photographs of Inle Lake nestled in the Shan state and discover for yourself the beauty and charm of Burma. See glimpses... More > of the Burmese life, the people and their scenic treasures. Follow the photo journey from the Floating Market to Indein Village, and onto Kalaw to find out why Inle Lake is one of the most breathtaking places in SouthEast Asia. < Less
Myanmar Burma | A Photo Journey through Inle Lake By Lois McKay
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TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY | A Photo Journey through Inle Lake Journey through the photographs of Inle Lake nestled in the Shan state and discover for yourself the beauty and charm of Burma. See glimpses... More > of the Burmese life, the people and their scenic treasures. Follow the photo journey from the Floating Market to Indein Village, and onto Kalaw to find out why Inle Lake is one of the most breathtaking places in SouthEast Asia.< Less
THE FLAK BUCKET By Richard Smith
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In the summer of 1944, a crash in the Burmese jungle leads a war weary B-25 crew to lost temples, tigers and a secret enemy aircraft that had been hidden away for over a year. Now, the five man... More > American crew takes off in the stolen plane on a perilous and potentially deadly mission. A mission that none of them could have ever imagined.< Less
Tam, Son of the Tiger By Otis Adelbert Kline
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Tam Evans, two-year-old son of Major Charles Evans, was carried off by a white tigress while his parents were hunting in the Burmese jungle. The tigress adopted the boy and raised him in a pagoda in... More > an old temple ruin. Tam's foster mother had been reared by a lama named Lozong who had gone on a pilgrimage. Lozong later returned to find Tam half-grown... Illustrated.< Less
Olive and Violet Bright: Daughters of Rosewood Heath By Gloria T. August
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Jack, Olive, VIolet, and Judith are youngsters in this first novel in a series set in the fictitious world of Northwest England. They have met a mysterious Burmese gentleman and the town librarian... More > who have stolen a plant with rumoured alchemic abilities from a grand old estate in the Holly District. If the plant were to fall into the wrong hands it would have dire consequences reaching far beyond the little country town of Roseberry Topping.< Less
Olive and Violet Bright: Daughters of Rosewood Heath By Gloria T. August
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Jack, Olive, Violet,and Judith are youngsters in their first novel set in Northwest England. They are on the trail of a mysterious Burmese gentleman and the town librarian who have stolen a... More > mysterious plant from one of the grand estates near Roseberry Topping. If the plant falls into the wrong hands the repercussions will reach far beyond their little town. While they are youngsters in this first novel the series follows them throughout their lives and adventures.< Less
Visions of Siam: Portraits and Panoramics of Ayutthaya, the Old Capital By Minna Nilanont
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Portrait and panoramic photos of Ayutthaya, the second capital of Siam. Destroyed by the Burmese in 1767, what remains are the hauntingly beautiful remains of this incredible city. Images of defaced... More > statues of Buddha, burnt brick and mortar foundations, and lone eroding walls, starkly contrasted with small piles of rocks symbolize a spiritual reconstruction, reverence and respect for what happened so long ago. Time is illusion. What happened then, still affects us now. What we do now, has an effect on what happened in the past.< Less
Burma in Limbo By Hla Oo
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Formerly known as the Rice Bowl of British Empire where once sun never set, Burma now is one of the poorest least- developed-countries on earth. Naturally-rich Burma is in such a horrible shape... More > simply because of the Left-wing Military Dictatorship from early 1962 to late 1988. No body really knows how Burma ended up with an extremely rare left-wing military dictatorship run by the staunch anti-communist Army under General Ne Win. Every other army in this world is right-wing but Burmese army once was a left-wing Socialist army till 1988. General Ne Win (1911-2002) isolated war-torn Burma and sunk the once-rich people of Burma into extreme poverty. This Burma in Limbo - Book 1: Rich Colony to Dictatorship explains how Burma unfortunately was forced into Ne Win’s mad hands by a group of left-wing extreme-nationalists led by our national hero General Aung San (1915-1947) the so-called father of independence and the founding father of modern Burmese Army.< Less
Burma in Limbo By Hla Oo
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Formerly known as the Rice Bowl of British Empire where once sun never set, Burma now is one of the poorest least- developed-countries on earth. Naturally-rich Burma is in such a horrible shape... More > simply because of the Left-wing Military Dictatorship from early 1962 to late 1988. No body really knows how Burma ended up with an extremely rare left-wing military dictatorship run by the staunch anti-communist Army under General Ne Win. Every other army in this world is right-wing but Burmese army once was a left-wing Socialist army till 1988. General Ne Win (1911-2002) isolated war-torn Burma and sunk the once-rich people of Burma into extreme poverty. This Burma in Limbo - Book 1: Rich Colony to Dictatorship explains how Burma unfortunately was forced into Ne Win’s mad hands by a group of left-wing extreme-nationalists led by our national hero General Aung San (1915-1947) the so-called father of independence and the founding father of modern Burmese Army.< Less

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