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    • A Study on the Contracts of Borrowing Paddy and Money from Shwebo in the Later Konbaung Period 

      Wai Wai Hein (University of Mandalay, Research Journal, 2019)
      This current study presents the lender and borrowers of paddy, the class of people who lend and borrow money, to some extent of money was lent by paddy lender and creditor, the periods of borrowing and repaying money, the ...
    • Teaching Methodology and Disciplinary of Khanti Pariyatti Sasana in Wuntho 

      San Yu Aung (University of Mandalay, Research Journal, 2019)
      “Teaching Methodology and Disciplinary of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanã in Wuntho” is a research work that has revealed importance of the Sãsanã in the region in the development of societies throughout history. Khanti Pariyatti ...
    • Thudhamma Council During the Reign of King Mindon 

      Aung Myo Tun (2nd International Conference On Burma/Myanmar Studies (ICBMS II) 16-18 February 2018, University of Mandalay, 2018)
      This paper is an attempt to examine Buddha Sasana, prevailing during the reign of King Mindon. Buddha Sasana prospered and was propagated because King Mindon had systematically established the Sangha Order. The Thudhamma ...
    • The Role of Sangha Role in Secular Atmospheres During the Reign of King Mindon 

      Aung Myo Tun (Banmaw University Research Journal, 2019)
      The Myanmar Kings through ages wanted the Sangha Order to adhere strictly the Vinaya (codes of conducts for the Buddhist monks). The monks were so adhesive to Vinaya that Buddha Sāsanawillpropagate. Therefore the monks of ...
    • Legal Aspects of the Right to Nationality Pursuant to Myanmar Citizenship Law 

      Su Yin Htun (Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights, 2019)
      It is universally accepted that everyone has the right to citizenship. Myanmar’s framework on the right to nationality constitutes a unique, exclusive, ethnic citizenship system based on jus sanguinis, or the law of blood. ...
    • Myanmar’s earliest Maritime Silk Road port-settlements revealed 

      Bellina, Bérénice; Maung Sun Win; Kalayar Myat Myat Htwe; Htet Myat Thu; Castillo, Cristina; Colonna, Camille; Dussubieux, Laure; Favereau, Aude; Miyama, Emiri; Pradier, Baptiste; Pryce, Thomas Oliver; Srikanlaya, Sachipan; Trivière, Elisabeth (Antiquity, 2018)
      This article presents the results of the first excavations at Maliwan and Maliwan, the earliest portsettlements from southern Myanmar in the Isthmus of Kra, showing their involvement in extensive networks as far as the ...
    • Metallurgical traditions and metal exchange networks in late prehistoric central Myanmar, c. 1000 BC to c. AD 500 

      Pryce, Thomas Oliver; Kalayar Myat Myat Htwe; Georgakopoulou, Myrto; Martin, Tiffany; Vega, Enrique; Rehren, Thilo; Tin Tin Win; Thu Thu Win; Petchey, Peter; Innanchai, Jitlada; Pradier, Baptiste (Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2018)
      Myanmar has been notably underrepresented in recent studies of archaeometallurgy in Southeast Asia, despite its richness in both mineral and cultural resources and its potentially central role in long-distance exchange ...
    • The Impact of Tourism on child's cultural rights in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Children’s Rights in the Tourism Industry: The Cases of Vietnam and Myanmar, 2019)
      Since the enforcement of 2008 Constitution in Myanmar, Myanmar has seen an extremely rapid and intense development of its tourism industry. The tourism industry relies on the cultural and natural heritages in Myanmar. It ...
    • Myanmar Laws on Forests, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Rule of Law Handbook for Environmental Law, 2019)
      Myanmar is abundant in diverse natural habitats with numerous forms of wildlife, plants and trees in large forests. Although Myanmar has plentiful natural resources, its environment is seriously threatened by the unsustainable ...
    • Legislative Measures on Domestic Violence against Women in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Department of Historical Research and National Library Press Journal, 2018)
      As Myanmar is multi-ethnic country, every ethnic has social custom and traditional culture for women. In tracing the Myanmar tradition, men hold the higher status than women as the heads of family and decision-makers for ...
    • Internal Displacement caused by Environmental Degradations in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2017)
      The environmental problems of climate change and natural disaster are projected to increase the internal displacement around the world. People who are displaced within their countries are legally protected by international ...
    • Environmental Issues of Mining Activities in Myanmar 

      Su Yin Htun (Journals of Myanmar Academic Arts & Science, 2018)
      The paper analyzes the environmental impacts by the different types of mining methods which are used to extract the mineral resources in Myanmar. Behind the success of national economy by exploring its mineral resources, ...
    • White-throated Laughingthrush Garrulax albogularis in Imawbum, Kachin State: a first record for Myanmar 

      Sai Sein Lin Oo; Aung Ko Lin; Ngwe Lwin; Haung, Khaung; Renner, Swen C. (Birding ASIA, 2019)
      Between 1 December 2016 and 15 April 2017, during camera-trap surveys in the proposed Imawbum National Park in Kachin State, northern Myanmar (Meyer et al. 2017) we recorded White-throated Laughingthrush Garrulax albogularis ...
    • Pilot biodiversity assessment of the Hkakabo Razi passerine avifauna in northern Myanmar – implications for conservation from molecular genetics 

      Packert, Martin; Milensky, Christopher M.; Martens, Jochen; Myint Kyaw; Suarez- Rubio, Marcela; Win Naing Thaw; Sai Sein Lin Oo; Wolfgramm, Hannes; Renner, Swen C. (Bird Conservation International, 2019)
      The Hkakabo Razi region located in northern Myanmar is an Important Bird Area and part of the Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot. Within the framework of the World Heritage Convention to enlist the site under criterion ...
    • Soci-economic Life of the Mu Valley During the Kon-baung Period 

      Yee Yee Win (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2013)
      Economic and social developments in the Konbaung period are also seen in the Mu valley region. The kings showed their great attachment to this region by adopting and implementing the economic development schemes. Thus King ...
    • Mandalay Economy inTransition(1859-1877) 

      Yee Yee Win (International Conference on Burma Studies, Burma/Myanmar in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges, 2015)
      Ratanabon City is well known as Mandalay City. It was founded by King Mindon soon after he ascended to the Amarapura Throne in 1852. Many obstacles were ahead of him during his reign. Myanmar was defeated in the second war ...
    • Historical Evidences of Aung Pin Le Region 

      Yee Yee Win (Myanmar Pyin nyar yt Hma Sa Saung (2), Myanmar literature Research Journal (2), 2015)
      They dug many tanks and reservoirs for irrigated agriculture and made new settlements for implementation of economic schemes at Aung Pin Le region during the successive Myanmar kings. In the economic development schemes ...
    • Buddha Sasana of Myauk Phet Taik (Northern Region) 

      Yee Yee Win (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2013)
      The tripartite relationship of the king, Sangha and people in the later Konbaung period is found very fruitful. The king as a patron and defender of Buddhism supported the Elder Sanghas with four basic necessities. The ...
    • Agricultural Changes in Myanmar Through Ages 

      Yee Yee Win (2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies Proceedings , University of Mandalay, 16-18 February, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2019)
      In Myanmar’s history, changes in agriculture have taken place at least three times. Natural rain-fed rice cultivation was substituted by irrigated cultivation in the Bagan Period. It greatly affected society, especially ...
    • The Tarons In the Changing World 

      Nyunt Nyunt Win; Khin Moe Moe Kyu; Myat Sandi Aung; Mya Thidar Aung; Hla Hla Kyi; Hlaing Hlaing Oo (JARC-YU, 2004)
      The Tarons national is found mostly in Karong Village, Naung Mon Township, Putao Division, in the northernmost edge of Myanmar. It belongs to the Rawang tribal group and they are strangely short in height. There are only ...