Friday, March 30, 2007

GRATIFICATION

IT IS JUST FOR YOU

THAT I'D LIKE TO DO

IN RETURN FOR YOUR KINDNESS

ALLOW ME TO EXPRESS

THE GRATITUDE THAT I FELT

MY THANKS TO YOU WITH RESPECT.

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Having Lunch With My Love

Today is 30-Mar.
I can take my salary by Today.
It is very nice for me.
I make appointment with my lover to have lunch together because he will not be free time in the evening.

We go and dine at YKKO restaurant near my office.
I take time to go out to have lunch about 1hr leaving from my office.
He also tried to come and join with me.

We eat steamed pot with fish-balls.
And then we proceed to drink juice at cold drink shop.
We make many chit-chat and small talks the whole time rather than eating.
We take time about 1hr and 10minutes totally for having lunch and drink.
We returned back each direction accordingly so as to work at each workplace.

It was very wonderful time for me.
Very enjoyable!
Hope he was also the same like I did.
Wish you all enjoy with your lovers, friends and family.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Just wanna be sharing as I know from somewhere

How to say I Love You in 110 Languages

English - I love you
Afrikaans - Ek het jou lief
Albanian - Te dua
Arabic - Ana behibak (to male)
Arabic - Ana behibek (to female)
Armenian - Yes kez sirumen
Bambara - M'bi fe
Bangla - Aamee tuma ke bhalo aashi
Belarusian - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgarian - Obicham te
Burmese -Chit te
Cambodian - Soro lahn nhee ah
Cantonese Chinese - Ngo oiy ney a
Catalan - T'estimo
Cheyenne - Ne mohotatse
Chichewa - Ndimakukonda
Corsican - Ti tengu caru (to male)
Creol - Mi aime jou
Croatian - Volim te
Czech - Miluji te
Danish - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch - Ik hou van jou
Elf (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)- "le melin" (thanks Markus)
Esperanto - Mi amas vin
Estonian - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian - Afgreki'
Faroese - Eg elski teg
Farsi - Doset daram
Filipino - Mahal kita
Finnish - Mina rakastan sinua
French - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Frisian - Ik hâld fan dy
Gaelic - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian - Mikvarhar
German - Ich liebe dich
Greek - S'agapo
Gujarati - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon - Palangga ko ikaw
Hawaiian - Aloha Au Ia`oe (Thanks Craig)
Hebrew - Ani ohev otah (to female)
Hebrew - Ani ohev et otha (to male)
Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hindi - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian - Szeretlek
Icelandic - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit - Negligevapse
Irish - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian - Ti amo
Japanese - Aishiteru
Kannada - Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili - Nakupenda
Konkani - Tu magel moga cho
Korean - Sarang Heyo
Latin - Te amo
Latvian - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese - Bahibak
Lithuanian - Tave myliu
Malay - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Maltese - Inhobbok
Malayalam - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Mandarin Chinese - Wo ai ni
Marathi - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk - Kanbhik
Moroccan - Ana moajaba bik
Nahuatl - Ni mits neki
Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni
Norwegian - Jeg Elsker Deg
Pandacan - Syota na kita!!
Pangasinan - Inaru Taka
Papiamento - Mi ta stimabo
Persian - Doo-set daaram
Pig Latin - Iay ovlay ouyay
Polish - Kocham Ciebie
Portuguese - Eu te amo
Romanian - Te iubesc
Russian - Ya tebya liubliu
Scot Gaelic - Tha gra\dh agam ort
Serbian - Volim te
Setswana - Ke a go rata
Sign Language - ,\,,/ (represents position of fingers when signing'I Love
You')
Sindhi - Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan
Sioux - Techihhila
Slovak - Lu`bim ta
Slovenian - Ljubim te
Spanish - Te quiero / Te amo
Swahili - Ninapenda wewe
Swedish - Jag alskar dig
Swiss-German - Ich lieb Di
Surinam - Mi lobi joe
Tagalog - Mahal kita
Taiwanese - Wa ga ei li
Tahitian - Ua Here Vau Ia Oe
Tamil - Nan unnai kathalikaraen
Telugu - Nenu ninnu premistunnanu
Thai - Chan rak khun (to male)
Thai - Phom rak khun (to female)
Turkish - Seni Seviyorum
Ukrainian - Ya tebe kahayu
Urdu - mai aap say pyaar karta hoo
Vietnamese - Anh ye^u em (to female)
Vietnamese - Em ye^u anh (to male)
Welsh - 'Rwy'n dy garu di
Yiddish - Ikh hob dikh
Yoruba - Mo ni fe

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Monday, March 26, 2007

ENCHANTED MEMORY

MEMORIES OF YOURS REMAINED

EVER LOCKED IN MY HEART'S DOMAIN

LONG LASTING FRIENDSHIP STANDS

OVER THE YEARS THAT HAD SPANNED

DAYS AND MONTH MAY PASS AWAY

YOUR KINDNESS SHALL EVER STAY.

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Friday, March 23, 2007

Missing my friends

This evening, I got contact from one of my old friends.
I feel happy when I make chit-chat with them.
After talking, I miss other friends either who lived in overseas or who passed away last 3~4 yrs.
I wanna get again my delightful childhood and teen-ages if I had have a chance.
I really miss them all.
My friend told me that we are long time no contact and so he wanna see my latest photos(pretty and youthful: hahaha)
I will send my recent pictures to him tomorrow.
Now, time is 17:45 and I will need to end my Today's work.
Tonight, I will try to write poem about my friends as remembrance.

Thinking about my friends
Missing them living my daily life
Wishing my days returned back to my past.
But.. ... ..

YESTERDAY IS DEAD. LET THY MIND REST AS IN THE PAST
TODAY IS FULL OF LIFE. LET THY MIND BE IN THE PRESENT
TOMORROW HAS YET TO COME. LET IT STAY AS IN THE FUTURE.

(THE THREE PERIODS OF TIME)

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Myanmar Planetary Post

My business partner or my friend, Janis, she already returned back.
Yesterday, she visited Shwedagon Pagoda. She was very interested in planetary post while her visiting pagoda. Myanmar local people are pouring water and decorated with strange things like flags(Myanmar name as Dagung-Kokkar).
She asked me about that. I explained her very well.
Now, I'd like to share this information to you.

Myanmar Astrology recognizes the seven planets, namely Sun, Mon, Mars, Jupiter, Mercury, Venus and Saturn. In addition, it recognizes two other planets, Rahu and Kate. All the Myanmar names of the planets are borrowed from Hindu Astrology, but the Myanmar Rahu and Kate are different from the Hindu Rahu and Kate. The Myanmar considers them to be distinct and separate planets, whereas Hindu astrology considers them to be either the Dragon’s Head and Tails, or Ascending and Descending Nodes. To the Myanmar People, Kate is the king of all planets. As with other Nations the Myanmar name the seven days of their week after the seven planets, but Myanmar astrology recognizes an eight days week, Wednesday being divided into two days; until 6 p.m. it is Wednesday, but after 6 p.m. to the midnight it is rahu’s day.

Just as the gods of Hindu mythology, ride on particular animals as their vehicle, the nine Myanmar planets have their own animal vehicles and are often represent by these animals;

- Sunday planet rides on a Galon, the Pali Garuda

- Monday planet rides on Tiger

- Tuesday planet rides on Lion.

- Wednesday planet rides of an elephant with tusk. (Tusk elephants are believed to be more

powerful than elephant with tusk)

- Rahu’s planet rides on a tusk less elephant.

- Thursday planet rides on rat.

- Friday’s planet rides on guinea pig

- Saturday planet rides on a naga (dragon).

- Kate planet rides on an “Animal of five beauties, a mythical animal with the antlers of a deer, the tusk and trunk of an elephant, the mane of a lion, the body of a Naga, and the tail of a fish.

The following is the chart which describes you the days of the week and their respective cardinal point.

Day

Sign

Direction

Planet

Sunday

Garuda

North East

Sun

Monday

Tiger

East

Moon

Tuesday

Lion

South East

Mars

Wednesday(Mn)

Tusk Elephant

South

Mercury

Wednesday(Ev)

Tusk less Elephant

North West

Yahu

Thursday

Mouse

West

Jupiter

Friday

Guinea Pig

North

Venus

Saturday

Dragon

South West

Saturn

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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

I am very very busy

Very Very Very busy
Wow! I forgot my work that my business partner from one of Thai Agents come here as her sales trip.
She will arrive at Yangon this afternoon with PG-701(21-March).
I will start to busy once she arrived at my office.
I will need to accompany some other small agents to introduce with her and our business.
I will need to give time to discuss with her some matters for our combination and cooperation about tourism business.
At night time, we may go some sightseeings in China town and downtown.
We will walk around and eat some myanmar snacks and delicious food.
After 10:00 P.M, I expect to make phone call and chit-chat chit-chat with my heart.
My business partner will return back on 23-March with PG-702.
At that time, I will be free and try to write new post in my blog.
Sometimes, we shall make priority first for must works than we want.
My life is like that.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

UNDYING LOVE

You are my sunshine

You are my moonlight

You are the stars that shine at night

You are the only one in my heart

To the end of day

My love for you will forever stay.

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My Wish

When you are sleeping, I wanna watch you by your side.

Before you sleep, I wanna kiss your forehead
To let you know how much I love you.

At the moment, I just got a chance to say you
Have a sweet dream Tonight.

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Monday, March 19, 2007

Do's and Don'ts in Myanmar

-When I see a police / army, except smiling as greeting. I don't do anything. Sometimes, pay respect to those people who are senior to me by age or by rank. Use to call them " Saya " which means teacher. I have no idea very much because we stay away from them.

-When I meet with government officials, never against and discuss his opinions and ideas regarding with politics although we used to make dealing sometimes with relevant official case.

-When you visit a pagoda:

Never wear shoes and socks inside a pagoda or monastery as they are not allowed, although some monasteries allow footwear in the grounds. When visiting someone's home, shoes should always be left at the door. You should also remember that carpets, mats and other kinds of floor covering are meant to be sat upon, so should avoid walking on them especially with your shoes on. In a pagoda, men and women should avoid wearing sleeveless or revealing clothing.

-Regarding with a monk or religious person:

Do's: -give due respect to the monks although you are not Buddhist, you would bow or bring your palms together.

- when you pass through in front of them lower your head a little bit to show respect

- when you get to molest others involuntarily, say " gadows " twice, as a gesture of asking pardon

- When you offer something to a monk or religious person, use both hands.

Don'ts: -Do not spit in front of them

- Do not sit with feet on tables or sprawl yourself on the floor.

- Do not touch the head of them

- women should be careful not to let any part of their body touch a monk's robes

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My Love

YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE

THAT INSPIRES ME TO REFINE

YOU ARE MY MOONLIGHT

KINDNESS ME WITH OCEANS OF LOVE

YOU MAKE ME COMPLETE AND WHOLE

TO FACE THE WORLD BRAVE AND BOLD

IF I WERE TO BE WITHOUT YOU

I WOULD BE NOTHING OF VALUE.

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Saturday, March 17, 2007

My friend's article about my land

One of my friend visited to my country and she wrote article about Land of a thousand smiles in Jakarta post dated on 1st October '06.
I really thanks for her effort to introduce my mother land with the World.
I am pleased to share about hers as below:

Myanmar: Land of a thousand smiles

Features - October 01, 2006

Laura Schuurmans, Contributor, Washington, D.C.

It was another lovely summer day in Washington, D.C. I enjoyed the beauty of the city one last time as I wandered around with an American friend.

We walked around Capitol Hill, where my friend showed me one of his favorite secondhand bookshops. We went inside to have a quick look and he asked me, "Why don't you buy a book for your train ride to New York?" I had a number of books with me already, and initially was not interested.

However, as we walked out of the shop, the bookseller, a nice American guy with a big smile on his face, kindly asked, "So you are walking away without buying a book, does that mean I don't have enough to offer?"

I replied that I was not in the mood and that I felt sad I had to leave. We started a nice conversation and after some moments the bookseller offered a book, George Orwell's Burmese Days, as a gift.

I accepted the book and a huge smile came across my face. It was a reminder of precious memories of my beautiful trip to Myanmar some months before.

We continued walking to a nice market where they sell old maps of the world. My friend's eye fell on an old map of Yangon, Myanmar, and I broke into another smile. Some minutes later I found a map of Mandalay.

All of a sudden, Washington, D.C. started drifting away. I closed my eyes for a little while and my memory brought me back to Myanmar.

When I opened my eyes again, I was told it was time for me to leave. We smoked one last cigarette, after which we kissed goodbye and I continued my journey by train to New York, where my Myanmarese friends would be waiting for me.

The train started moving and I was on my way. I opened my bag, in which I had a large brown envelope full of photographs of Myanmar.

I opened it and looked at the pictures one by one: colored pictures of a colorful country and black-and-white pictures depicting Burma in its olden days.

The pictures made me smile yet again and I entered deep into my thoughts and precious memories of a wonderful trip.

I looked at a picture of young Buddhist nuns, dressed in pink with sweet and genuine smiles on their faces.

I looked at another picture of two young Buddhist monks, sitting in front of a temple inside the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, one of the most peaceful and sacred places I have ever visited.

Myanmarese memories

I remember my first day in Myanmar, when I woke up at 6 a.m., had breakfast, walked not far from where I was staying and climbed the steps to Shwedagon Pagoda. I could not believe the peace and quiet I felt inside my heart, as if sacred angels had descended from heaven and were whispering good wishes into my ear -- for love and happiness, prosperity and good health.

The following afternoon, a train would take me up north to Mandalay, the ancient royal capital famous for its tapestries, temples and monasteries.

The sound of the moving train took me away in my thoughts for the duration of the trip -- almost 18 hours. Imagination can make life as perfect as one wishes, just for the span of a journey.

It was early in the morning when I arrived at Mandalay, and a nice young man, his teeth red from chewing betel leaves, took me in a taxi to my hotel, which was located not far from Mandalay Hill.

I visited some temples, the world's largest book, then came across a fortune teller who told me about my past. I continued my journey to a marketplace and wandered around for hours, all the time surrounded by thousands of smiles.

The day after, it was again time to pack my bag and leave, this time by boat on the Ayeyarwaddy River to my final destination in Myanmar -- the ancient city of Bagan, which I had wanted to visit for so many years.

The boat left when it was still dark and it would take another 10 hours to reach what I had been dreaming of for so long. I was afraid that in my imagination during all those years, I had changed Bagan into a city that did not exist.

I asked myself why it had taken me that long to finally come to this beautiful country, which offers so much more than one can imagine.

Finally, in late afternoon, from far away, I could see the tops of the temples getting closer and closer. The weather was very hot, the sun was burning into my skin and the temples were drifting in a sea of sand like an oasis in a desert, like mirages that disappear as you draw nearer.

I felt like I was crossing a bridge and stepping into an imaginary world, while at the same time, I was going back in a time machine and reaching a destination that existed only in fairy tales.

I saw one temple, then another, then one even bigger and more beautiful than the previous one. There were simply too many to count.

I went to the hotel, was given a beautiful room overlooking the Ayeyarwaddy and here I was, surrounded by beautiful smiles again.

I had several days in Bagan and each morning I went around this ancient city that dates back to the 11th century, enjoying the beauty of this tranquil and majestic site, full of thousands of temples, pagodas and stupas -- too many to count, too many to remember.

Old Bagan was much bigger than I expected, the temples even more beautiful than in pictures, and I simply could not stop looking around and enjoying every single moment of my days there.

I took out my Lonely Planet and read about the temples, I asked my tourist guide even more questions and at night, when I went to sleep, ancient Bagan would follow me in my dreams.

***

"Ladies and gentlemen, we are reaching New York Penn Station, the final destination of the train."

I woke up and smiled after my nap in the train from Washington and New York, and somewhere in between, my dreams had taken me back to Myanmar.

I got up, took my suitcases and caught a taxi. "Please take me to East 69th," I told the driver. "And please hurry. I was supposed to arrive yesterday."

I was late and my friends from Myanmar -- whom I knew from Jakarta -- were waiting for me.

And so the fairy tale of Myanmar continued with an oriental princess waiting for me at the entrance of her New York apartment.

I have written this article for the people of Myanmar, whose genuine smiles are so beautiful; and whose smiles had given me so much joy and happiness on my trip.

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A Wish Never Come True

Sometimes I Wish I Could Fly

Like A Bird Soaring In The Sky

As Free And Happy As Could Be

Without A Worry Big or Wee.

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LOVE


(Ta Tine Hmwe Flower which size is over 15cm at least)

Love is something that springs from the heart

Over which kindness follows as a part

Value of that nothing could compare

Everyone should take part to share.

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Friday, March 16, 2007

Beaches in Myanmar

Myanmar is a country endowed with historical, cultural, and natural resources. Endless miles of idyllic coastline with untouched and unspoiled beaches add much glory to her interest.Seven beaches are waiting for visitors to come and relax. Among them, Ngapali, Chaung Tha, and Ngwe Saung beaches are famous for both local and foreign visitors. The rest of the beaches still need to be promoted. Since Myanmar beaches are striking in their natural and unspoiled beauty, both local and foreign visitors like to relax there. Generally, the beach-goers turn out in their multitudes between mid-October to mid-April.

Visitors marvel at the beautiful sunsets as they relax on or near the white sand. Since the majority of beaches in Myanmar face west the spectacle is stunning. Visitors can fully relax in the quiet environment at the beaches as there are no speedboats, no crowds, no hawkers, and no masseuses. Traditional bullock-cart riding, horseback riding, cycling or simply walking along the shoreline will give you pleasant memories which will last a lifetime. Instead of the loud noise from restaurants and crowd, you’ll hear the rubbing sound of the coconut plants and the rhythm of waves lapping at the shore.

You will not see discarded tins and plastic bags on the beach shore, only seashells spread on the ground, waiting to be picked up as a momento. Relaxation at beaches in Myanmar is not just to sit on the white sand and splash around in the sea – there are so many other things to do.
(Above Photo was
taken when My visit to Ngwe Saung Beach)

Ngapali Beach is 50 minutes flight northwest from Yangon and in the high season some domestic airlines also connect to it from Bagan or Heho airports. There are no suitable roads to reach it. Located on the Rakhine coast, near the small town of Thandwe, it is an unspoiled beach, stretching over 3 km and offers the blue-green sea of the Bay of Bengal, white sand and swaying palm trees for visitors to enjoy. Nearby are a couple of fishing villages which are interesting places to visit, either by bicycle or by car. There is an elephant camp near the town of Thandwe which is an interesting excursion for those who tire of the sun and sand. There are no jet skis or noisy motor boats to spoil the serenity and tranquility of this untouched beach. Although there are only a few hotels (with more are being built), there is a full range of quality with a predominance of deluxe hotels. Ngapali Beach is a great place to end a Myanmar tour while relaxing with water, sun and sand amidst peaceful surroundings.

Ngwe Saung is also on the western coast of Myanmar on the Bay of Bengal, nearly directly west of Yangon and a bit south of Ngapali. It has become popular with tourists in just the last two or three years and the quality of the beach, sand and water is comparable to Ngapali Beach. There are only a few hotels (most of them are deluxe or superior category) however a more are being built. Until recently, the beach could be reached only by car (about 5 hours drive) from Yangon. Like Ngapali Beach, the beauty of the beach is unspoiled and visitors can enjoy a peaceful and relaxing holiday. One can visit small fishing villages and local market, explore the country side by bicycle or enjoy a boat trip to the offshore islands.

Chaung Tha Beach
About 42 km west of Pathein, a divisional town lies Chaung Tha beach. No flight between Yangon and Chaung Tha. Car journey from Yangon to Chaung Tha via Pathein takes 5 hrs. The beach curves inwards in the shape of a crescent stretching for nearly a mile and has the white sand with crystal clear blue water. There lays an islet called Thebyu which means white sand, one mile diagonally across Phokalar Island is formed by oysters and shells carried and piled up by tidal waves. Modern facilities can be found in bungalow type beach resort hotels. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the world.

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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Life with capital L

Live a life with love and song

Inspire goodness to mankind all along

Face the world with a brave heart

Endure unpleasantness however it might

L is the light that opens the eyes

I stands for instinct one should rely

F is for fortitude one needs to face

E signifies endurance one must always brace.

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YOUNG LOVE

Melody thrills one by its magic charm

Endear the heart for what it'd done

Love blooms like lilies in a pool

Out comes the feeling for one to woo

Dear soul seeks a way to be freed

Young Love lingers by the sound of melody

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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

I Feel Upset

He told me that he will try not to call me.
And he will lock while I calling him so as not to contact.
And also told that don't wanna meet with him.

I feel upset for that.

As he told me, he's already fixed these days are his last days to visit Cupid forum.
He also worry he cannot help without visiting there.
Another one is he cannot help without calling me.

All are for my good results.

He wish me to enjoy.

Thank you my dear(this is from my real mind)
You will exist one place in my heart and soul Till my end of life.
Wish you all the best for the rest of your life.
Thanks again for your kindness during these days.

Mi Mi

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

MY FIRST STEP TO WRITE BLOG ON 13-MAR

Why I wanna be writing my own blog?

I don't know the reason.

Why I love you till Today?

I don't know the reason.

Why I need to work daily?

I don't know the reason.

I don't know I don't know
But I used to do something like this.



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