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27 May
2013
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KIDS ART SHOW OPENS AT LOKANAT GALLERIES

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Youth Art Group Painting School founded by two Myanmar artists organize an art show at famous Lokanat Gallery in Pansodan street in downtown Yangon on 27-29 May. The time has come again for the latest art stars to present their wares for public consumption. Many kids under 15 years of age present their arts there….

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27 May
2013
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MYANMAR WOMEN’S TEAM SECURE DOUBLE WINS IN ASIAN CUP QUALIFIERS

Myanmar women’s team have secured double wins in first two games of 2014 Asian Women’s Cup qualifiers group (D). Myanmar won over India 2-0 on 21 May and whitewashed hosts Palestine 9-0. Only China (Taipei) in group (D) could manage to equal Myanmar in standing, leaving the last game vs China (Taipei) a deciding one….

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23 May
2013
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KIDS’ ARTS SHOW IN YANGON’S LOKANAT GALLERY

Youth Art Group Painting School founded by two Myanmar artists organizes a art show at famous Lokanat Gallery in Pansodan street in downtown Yangon on 27-29 May. The “Summer Art Show 2013” will display artworks of young students of its summer class. Fine arts university graduate Aye Nyein Myint, a co-founder and teacher of the…

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9 May
2013
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TORNTO WRITER WINS COOKBOOK AWARD “BURMA: RIVER OF FLAVOUR”

Cookbook writer Naomi Duguid won an award by International Association of Culinary Professionals for her work ”Burma: River of Flavour”, The Montereal Gazette reported. She won the prize under the category of culinary travel. The contest which has above 4000 entries was judged by panel of chefs and editors and 21 works are chosen to…

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8 May
2013
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TRADITIONAL BOXING SHOWDOWN ON 12 MAY

KSM Traditional Boxing Promotion Group will bring famous traditional boxers together in Theinbyu Gymnasium on 12 May. The challenges will be featured by famous boxers Win Tun, Tutu and Soe Lin Oo and many others, Myanma Alinn reported. The winners will be decided in five rounds. Tickets are at fees ranging from K 8000, from…

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