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Xiaomi and other China smartphone titans dominate Myanmar - Nikkei Asia
YANGON/NEW YORK -- A smartphone boom and reforms introduced in 2013 that ended a state phone service monopoly have led to the modernization of Myanmar, despite a relatively immature digital economy. Since 2013, smartphone giants including Huawei, Apple and Samsung have continued to tussle for a share of this fast-growing market.
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Myanmar Satire Performer Gets Six Months Added to Sentence For Mocking Army Radio Free Asia
A leader of a satirical troupe in Myanmar has had six months added to a roughly six-year prison sentence for posting a video clip on social media mocking the powerful military in a skit during the country’s annual New Year’s celebration in 2019. Zayar Lwin of the Peacock Generation troupe was....
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Myanmar Ethnic Regions Keep Schools Open Amid National Closures for Pandemic Radio Free Asia
Schools in ethnic army-controlled areas near Myanmar’s borders with Thailand and China have been operating regularly throughout 2020, even as most schools have been closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which is surging in the Southeast Asian country.
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China Building Massive Myanmar Border Walls The Diplomat
Reports have emerged that the Chinese government is constructive a 2,000-kilometer reinforced fence along its coiling border with Myanmar, following a spike in COVID-19 cases in the latter country. According to a report in Radio Free Asia (RFA), the giant undertaking has been codenamed the “Southern....
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In with the old - Conservationists are rushing to save Myanmars colonial buildings - Asia
S INCE MYANMAR began to reverse decades of isolationism in 2011, it has embraced modernity with a zeal befitting a country deprived of it for so long. Students tap smartphones, food-delivery jockeys zip down the streets and cash machines are everywhere.
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China building barbed-wire fence along border with Myanmar, say reports
Reports have emerged that the Chinese government is installing a 2,000-kilometre fence along its border with Myanmar, following a spike in Covid-19 cases in the latter country. Radio Free Asia (RFA), a US-government funded media outlet, reported that work began on the “Southern Great Wall” earlier....
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Myanmar airline to fly again domestically after 3-month pause - Nikkei Asia
YANGON -- Myanmar National Airlines will on Wednesday resume domestic flights that had been halted by the coronavirus pandemic. In early September, the government instructed the state-owned airline to suspend domestic passenger flights but will now allow a resumption to spur economic activity in rural areas of the country.
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Myanmars Jade Center Suspends Most Mining Amid Coronavirus Spike Radio Free Asia
The Myanmar government has suspended large-scale jade-mining activities in Kachin state, home to the world’s largest jade mine and a magnet for poor scavengers, until early next year in the face of surging coronavirus infections, the state’s natural resources minister said.
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CVC buys Myanmar's largest telecom tower company for $700m - Nikkei Asia
SINGAPORE (Reuters) -- CVC Capital Partners has agreed to buy Myanmar's largest telecom tower company in a deal that sources said was valued at about $700 million and which marks the global buyout firm's first foray into the Southeast Asian country. The sale of privately-held Irrawaddy Green Towers,....
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Myanmar, Asia Pacific- Operational Plan 2021 - 2025 - Myanmar
Appeal №: MAAMM002 Funding requirements: 7.643 million CHF. This operational plan outlines the results that the IFRC wants to achieve in collaboration with the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) over a period of five years (2021-2025) in implementing IFRC Strategy 2030.
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Two-Year-Old War in Myanmars Rakhine Takes Toll on Children Radio Free Asia
Two years of war between the government military and a rebel ethnic army have made Rakhine state Myanmar’s deadliest place for children, who suffer trauma and hunger on top of violence, local civil society groups said Wednesday. Fighting between Myanmar forces and the rebel Arakan Army (AA) has....
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Bishop in Myanmar's Catholic stronghold dies at 65 - UCA News
Catholics in Kayah state, a stronghold of Catholicism in Myanmar, are mourning the death of an ethnic Kayah bishop. Bishop Stephen Tjephe of Loikaw died in a hospital in Loikaw, the capital city of Kayah state, on Dec. 16. He was 65. Bishop Tjephe, who suffered from diabetes, was in a critical condition and admitted to hospital on Dec.
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Myanmar bishops move online during pandemic - UCA News
While people are spending more time on the internet amid the Covid-19 crisis, Myanmar’s bishops have turned to communicating with the faithful through online channels. The restrictions on banning large gatherings including Masses and other church-related celebrations have forced church leaders to rethink their strategy.
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Egypt reports 579 new coronavirus cases, 26 deaths
Iranian family wear protective masks to prevent contracting a coronavirus, as they stand at Grand Bazaar in Tehran, Iran February 20, 2020. WANA (West Asia News Agency)/Nazanin Tabatabaee via REUTERS. CAIRO - 19 December 2020: The Health Ministry said Friday that 579 new coronavirus cases were....
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SBP to reveal PBA roster for Gilas pool next week
The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas plans to complete as early as next week a list of PBA players who can be tapped to represent Gilas Pilipinas in the February window of the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers in Clark, Pampanga. SBP president Al Panlilio and program director Tab Baldwin are set to....
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Clark to prioritize bubble security for Asia Cup qualifiers
Officials of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas and the Angeles University Foundation during the ocular inspection for the hosting of the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers in February next year. Photo from SBP. Bases Conversion and Development Authority chief Vince Dizon vowed to provide the eight-country....
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Vietnam wins trust worldwide: Belgian Ambassador to UN
New York (VNA) – Vietnam has a strong voice and has won trust worldwide, especially in Asia, Africa, the Europe as well as the US, Ambassador Philippe Kridelka , Permanent Representative of Belgium to the UN has told the Vietnam News Agency. He expressed his belief that Vietnam can effectively act as a bridge among countries.
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JOURNEY TO SPACE: ADB’S FIRST SATELLITE FINANCING WITH KACIFIC 1
(AGENPARL) – MANILA (PHILIPPINES), sab 19 dicembre 2020 ADB invested $50 million to Kacific Broadband Satellites International Limited (Kacific) to provide affordable satellite-based, high-speed broadband internet connections to countries in Asia and the Pacific. Fonte/Source: http://feedproxy.google.
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Agronomy, Vol. 10, Pages 1998: Genotype-by-Environment Interaction Effects under Heat Stress in Tropical Maize
Spring maize area has emerged as a niche market in South Asia. Production of maize during this post-rainy season is often challenged due to heat stress. Therefore, incorporating heat stress resilience is an important trait for incorporation in maize hybrids selected for deployment in this season.
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Pepe Escobar
I have been going through my Asia Times archives selecting reports and columns for a new e-book on the Forever Wars – Afghanistan and Iraq. But then, out of the blue, I found this palimpsest, originally published by Asia Times in February 2014. It happened to be a Back to the Future exercise –....
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North Korea Publicly Executes Owner of Fishing Fleet for Listening to Banned US Radio
The owner of a fishing fleet was reportedly executed in public by North Korean authorizes for listening to a banned US-funded radio station while he was at sea. The captain, known by his first name Choi, who was in his 40s, gunned down by a firing squad for listening to Radio Free Asia RFA ) for....
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Asia Today: Sydney beach suburbs in lockdown as cases rise
New South Wales state Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the restrictions are essential if Sydney has any hope of a semi-normal Christmas. “We’re hoping that will give us sufficient time to get on top of the virus, so that we can then ease up for Christmas and the New Year,” she said.
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Asian stocks advance after stimulus talks lift Wall St
A currency trader walks near the screen showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the foreign exchange dealing room in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020. Asian shares sank on Tuesday after a lackluster day on Wall Street as investors wait to see if Congress can break a logjam....
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BC-AS--Virus Outbreak-As, 0809
Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Asia Today: Sydney beach suburbs in lockdown as cases rise
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Asia Today: Sydney beach suburbs in lockdown as cases rise
From late Saturday afternoon until midnight Wednesday, residents will only be permitted to leave their homes for five basic reasons: medical care, exercise, grocery shop, work or for compassionate care reasons. An additional 23 cases were recorded in the 24 hours, including 10 already announced, taking the new cases to 41.
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E-sports, breakdancing win 2022 Asian Games spots
LAHORE: E-sports and breakdancing will debut in the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, as full medal sports after being approved by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), the governing body said on Friday. E-sports first appeared as an official medal sport at the Asian Indoor Games in Macau in 2007.
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