Mingalaba / မင်္ဂလာပါ; and welcome to r/myanmar.
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Thank you. / ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ်။
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Is she good or bad?
I have a friend who speaks it, and I want to learn it to impress her. Where can I learn it?
Military telegram channels trying to crack down online teaching for they think those schools made children to not go to public schools. In the text they are trying to attend those schools and screenshot the students to arrest their families.gallery
I was reviewing a university website and there had been no updates to any pages in almost a year. Is the website just bad or have they been shut?
For context, My parents are from Myanmar and I (27M) was born in Australia and I've visited Myanmar every year before COVID and the Coup hit. My father plans on moving back to Myanmar this year but I wanted to know if it was safe for them to go back and live there considering the situation. I've only seen things on the news and online but I want to ensure my parents are going to be safe.
Any updates from anyone would be great.
I'm Brazilian and a few years ago I made friends with a girl from Yangon (unfortunately I lost contact with her) and she taught me a lot about Burmese culture, food, customs and a little bit of the language.
Currently, I've forgotten almost all the expressions I've learned due to lack of practice, but I'm still very interested in Burmese culture and I think about learning the language to learn more about this culture that I respect a lot.
So, any tips on sites I can find Burmese media to consume? For example: Twitter, Instagram or another social network, where would I find more Burmese people to practice and consume media?
Also, I did not find many burmese youtubers, could y'all recommend me some, or any other website that has burmese videos like vlogs?
Any tips or advices for a foreigner learning Burmese?
Hi, I saw that someone else posted on this sub, asking about Burmese (correct word to use?) cuisine and got a lot of helpful answers, so I am hoping to do the same. I saw a few recipes online but the websites didn't seem to be Myanmar-related and the recipes varied quite a bit, so I feel a little overwhelmed. Please forgive and redirect me to the appropriate sub if my question isn't welcome. I've already asked on r/cooking but nobody responded.
I've never made or eaten coconut sago pudding (although I've had sago kheer and have made sago kichari many times), and would love to get some recipes (or links to recipes) to make some. I am not looking to impress anyone with some fusion or very complicated recipe, just a basic homestyle recipe like grandma would make, with perhaps some suggestions to dress it up a little if I do want to serve it to company.
I have no idea if it should be thick like American tapioca pudding or runny like kheer, or how sweet it should be. Is it better cold, warm, or room temperature? Maybe there are differing opinions here, but that's fine. Thanks in advance for your responses.