Oct 15, 2011

Myanmar Amazing Expo 2011

On 12th of this month, I happened to visit Myanmar Amazing Expo 2011 in Thuwanna Stadium. As per media, this year is re-birth of such mega expos in Myanmar. There has been big gap of such Expos in this recent years. Myanmar Amazing Expo was emphasizing on building construction and decoration materials. However, the display items ranging from personal electronics gadgets to heavy trucks. If we were to say that frequent extravaganza Expos are signs of the business development in a country, we can says that economy in Myanmar is developing progressively.

Let's have a look into Expo!


Huge billboards were attracting audiences to the expos on both sides of entrance.

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The day I went there is full moon day of Thadin Kyut, and the timing also early in the noon, thus there was less crowded than normal.

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OEM products of cold storage products at affordable price especially for local users.

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Myanmar Amazing Expo 2011 covers personal electronic gadgets to heavy motors.

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Embroidery machine for dress making.

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Electronics and home appliances were sold at discounted prices.

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Oct 8, 2011

AGTI Society (Web Portal)

AGTI LogoDear ex-GTI-rians from all over the world!

Now it's the time to re-connect all of ex-colleagues from anywhere around the globe. Whenever you are walking on your path of life, you can have a contact with all of your fellows and have sense of school lives.

It is website meant for ex-GTI-rians established a few months ago. Regardless of whichever GTIs you were from, you can be a member and contribute all of the activities that society gone through. You can share your remembrance to your school life, works and experiences that you had.

Kindly visit us at http://agtisociety.ning.com.

Furthermore, I would like to share you about the upcoming event of Paying Respects to Teachers of GTIs for year 2011. This year is the 16th Anniversary of this event, and will be held at Mandalay. You all are cordially invited to contribute not only in fund raising but also in participating in the event. Below is the detail of invitation.

16th GTI Invitation

There will be 2nd time gathering of AGTI Society in Singapore tomorrow. Details of the gathering is as follow:

Time ......... 16:00 to 20:00
Date ......... October 9, 2011
Venue ......... Aloha Loyang terrace11(T11)
Map ......... Click here

Please call 9789 8640 for details of the location if you have any difficulties to reach there.

You are invited to participate in the gathering and you will have a chance to meet up some of retired teachers and total of 8 representatives from AGTI Society (Yangon) as well.

Thank you

Oct 7, 2011

Yangon : Notice For Power Black Out

As I have written here, it is in the so called UN-predictable thing that when electricity will be black out in Yangon, Myanmar in the past. Most of us surprise that other countries, like Singapore has better advance notice systems on such thing. We did experience more efficient customer service standards when we were been in abroad.

Now, (I don’t believe this is first time announcement issued, however this is first time I ever read on newspaper). Today newspaper got the advance notices to customers of Ministry of Electricity No. (2). It said that there will be upgrading of equipments in sub-stations. It will happen in between 0800 hrs to 1500 hrs of 8th Oct 2011 (Saturday).

Though it is not the best performance in customer service standards, but we can said that they are improving their services. Hopefully, there will be progressively improving their customer services and one day, we can say that ours are the best not only in the regional but also all around the world.

Myanmar Ahlin   Mirror

Oct 6, 2011

Announcement of Posting for MBBS 2009

MBBS 2009It has been a long time waiting for this advertisement to come out, finally announcement for vacancies of Civil Servant for 2009 batch MBBS (usually called Posting for Medical Students) has came out. Yesterday, it was posted on Myanmar Ahlin and Mirror Newspapers of Myanmar. Unfortunately, the online newspapers didn't include these pages of announcement. Thus, I did scan the page on newspaper and uploaded it over here. As of this month is nearly end of raining season in Myanmar and several country side townships were experiencing flash flood as of heavy rains, transportation to several country side towns were interrupted and not able to access to daily newspapers.

I hoped this will help you all to have a look and prepare to submit your necessary applications documents on time. The following documents were grabbed from online portal of Union Civil Service Board @ http://www.ucsb.gov.mm/, you all can reach details of interview here http://ucsb.imis.com.mm/ .Please take a note that you are required to submit application not later than 28th October 2011.

Kindly click the image on the left for clear picture.

Download Here!
Application Form : http://www.mediafire.com/?u3ulunjx9jauksw
Guide Book: http://www.mediafire.com/?8712ghz3madhggw

Oct 1, 2011

2011 September Currency Review

For the month of September 2011, the average exchange rate between SGD and Myanmar Kyat was 603.6333 Ks/SGD (0.4075 up from previous month average rate), highest was 625 Ks/SGD on 21st of September and fell lowest till 580 Ks/ SGD on 10th of September.

For USD vs SGD, the average rate for the month of September was 1.2508 SGD/USD (0.0414 up from previous month average rate), highest 1.3074 on 30th of September and lowest 1.2037 on 2nd of September.

The rate of SGD Vs Myanmar Kyat was taken from daily record on MGLUAYE'S PAGE sidebar and rate of USD Vs SGD was taken from http://www.exchange-rates.org/ . The exchange rate shown on the chart are for informational purpose only. The data shown on these charts especially on SGD Vs Myanmar Kyat are taken from various sources so that we will not take any responsibilities for referring these data to use as official purposes.

Thank you.

2011 Sep Exchange Rate

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