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7 May
2013
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FORMER MAN-U PLAYERS TO PLAY A CHARITY GAME IN MYANMAR

Former Manchester United players will play a charity football match in Myanmar next month, Xinhua reported. The event whose proceeds will go to charity for orphanages, hospitals and HIV/AIDS rehabs is scheduled to be played on 9 June. Denis Irwin, Clayton Blackmore, Lee Sharpe and Andy Cole will make their appearance at Thuwanna Stadium in…

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2 May
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MYANMAR TO HOST FIRST INTERNATIONAL FILMFEST

Myanmar will host its first international film festival ”Human Rights Human Dignity Film Festival” in coming June, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The filmfest will feature documentaries, animations and short films dedicated to ”tolerance, mutual understanding and resistance in the face of tyranny. The inaugural ceremony, followed by roadshows in rural areas, will take place…

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27 April
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GALAXY S4 SALE TO LAUNCH ON 4 MAY IN MYANMAR

Sale of Samsung’s latest high-end handset Galaxy S4 will be launched in Yangon on 4 May, The Voice Daily reported. The Android-powered handset is announced to be sold at the price of K 550,000 (around USD 600) by some retailers. ”Accessories worth USD 100 will be gifted to buyers of first 1000 handsets,” Samsung’s local…

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27 April
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MFF ‘TALKING WITH FULHUM’ TO COME PLAY IN MYANMAR

Myanmar Football Federation is planning to invite English Premier League club Fulhum to play friendly in Myanmar, 7Day Daily reported. ”We’re talking with Fulhum,” MFF’s tycoon president Zaw Zaw is quoted as saying. If the plan is translated into reality, the English outfit will tour Yangon off the football season in summer and play friendly…

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18 April
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MYANMAR ATHLETES FLY TO CHINA FOR TRAINING

Eleven Myanmar athletes are undergoing training in China in preparation for upcoming SEA Games to be hosted by the Southeast Asian country in December, according to a Xinhua report. Under sport technical cooperation project, 176 Myanmar athletes will receive training in China in 10 separate batches ahead of the XXVII SEA Games. The first batch…

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