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Burma's population of over 60 million residents, comprised of multiple nationalities, is dispersed over 676,578 km2 (261,227 sq. The capital of Burma is Naypyidaw, and its largest city is Yangon.
, it is a sad experience to see kids working at the roadside carrying heavy things like stones which they had beforehand broken into large wide plates on the head and throw them down where they are needed.Another branch where the kids are heavy used is in the agriculture sector especially planting and harvesting rice.have no much hope for a career, there are only a few options, get a job in a office, store, shop, manufacturing or maybe in the night shift since there are quite a lot of entertainment venues in the city.Lawyer Kyaw Hoe, said the suspension of the marriage law dates back to an incident five years ago when a young woman committed suicide after being forced by her parents to marry a foreigner.“Since then all legal practitioners, including notaries, have not been allowed to officiate marriages between foreigners and Burmese women,” Kyaw Hoe said.A well known Mandalay woman writer on social issues said Burmese should be free to marry whomever they wished.are already doing some real work within the family and cottage industry e.g.
they help to produce cheroots (local cigarettes) which are mainly handmade and other items, actually its not in such a big industrial scale as in neighboring India and Bangladesh and this wont stop at the cheroots just see the the pics from the roadwork's here and in the countryside in the paddy fields etc. Luckily they have the monasteries for the boys and similar for the girls, actually there is continuous screaming about democracy and such things but the same who continuously shout against everyone and everything never move a finger to help the kids.
“It will prohibit the rights of couples if they truly love each other and want to get formally married,” he said.
The Rangoon journal journal reported this month that local brokers were involved with foreigners in trafficking Burmese women.
The stunning exotic appearance of most Burmese girls comes along with a modest yet wise personality.
Education in Burma is encouraged and highly valued.
At Mojo, a busy, upscale bar in Yangon, foreign NGO workers, teachers and entrepreneurs sip on Myanmar beer and dance to the latest techno beats among a trendy crowd of young, privileged Burmese.