Myanmar Life

Today I wrote about life in Myanmar I hope you enjoy. Please subscribe to my youtube channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpmhLuNojRSCf0sW1iuSLyQ Life   Living Conditions The living conditions in Myanmar are not the greatest for most people. There are many people that live under the poverty line. Most people tend to live in wooden or metal shacks; you may think that they are unhappy but they tend to be as happy as larry. Even though they don’t have that much they still enjoy their life. In Bagan near the Ayeyarwady River at sunset you can see families go down to it; the women will … Continue reading Myanmar Life

Myanmar Introduction

Today I have started my project on Myanmar and also I have arrived on the Thai island of Koh Samui (Pronounced co-sa-mooe). I have made a vlog instead of a blog so I am going to leave my link to my youtube channel at the bottom of my post please subscribe! I hope you enjoy my introduction. Introduction Where is Myanmar? Myanmar is located in south East Asia and covers 653,583 square kilometers. The Asian country borders India, China, Bangladesh, Thailand and Lao People’s Democratic Republic. South Myanmar is bordered by 1,200 m2 and that water is the Bay of … Continue reading Myanmar Introduction

Mum’s Birthday

Today I wrote about the twin towers I hope you enjoy it. I know I have already posted about the Twin Towers but I wanted to give you some more information.   The Twin Towers are located in KlCC and are the tallest buildings in the whole KL. They also used to be the biggest buildings in the world until 2004 when Taipei 101 was built. Many people visit the huge building each year. One of the main attractions of the Twin Towers is the sky bridge that joins them together. Many people take pictures of the towers at the … Continue reading Mum’s Birthday

Meeting the Monk

Yesterday we had a plan and that plan was to go and see the Shwedagon Pagoda which I was really excited about and I couldn’t wait until we saw the giant glamorous building in all it’s glory. It was about 8:30 that we got up and I put some clothes on and then had a shower. It was a Thursday so it was a school day so I got my computer out and did my work. Iysha and my mum were doing work also. We didn’t want to go out yet because it is summer here and it gets really hot. … Continue reading Meeting the Monk

Arriving in Yangon

Today I am going to do a bit of a two part blog I am going to show you some school work and also tell you about my travels. I hope you like it. Nearly every country in the world has poverty and I am now going to tell you about the issue in Malaysia. There are people on the streets but also it has also got a lot of money. Even though it is a third world country there are a lot of big buildings and houses. One of the main places that people stay is in a high-rise … Continue reading Arriving in Yangon

Malaysia Culture

Culture   Food Malaysia has a lot of great food and it is really tasty. One of the main ways to eat over there is the local food stalls even though they look dirty they serve great food. Malaysian food is based around spice and is similar to Indian food but also different in many ways. As you know Malaysia’s population is divided into three the Indians, Malays and the Chinese so that influences the food and that is why Malaysian food is very diverse. One of the breakfast favourites in Malaysia is Congee; it is almost like porridge or … Continue reading Malaysia Culture

Hanuman

The other day as part of my R.E lesson I wrote about the Hindu god Hanuman also known as the monkey god. I really enjoyed writing this so I hope you enjoy reading it Hanuman   Hanuman is a Hindu god and is known as the Monkey God. Many Hindus believe in this god. Hanuman is a devotee of Sri Rama. Hanuman is mentioned in many Hindu books including the Chiranjivi and the Mahabharata. Hanuman was part of Rama’s war against the evil demon king Ravana. Several texts later he is also noted as a reincarnation of Shiva. Hanuman is meant to … Continue reading Hanuman

Different Races

Today I wrote about the main races in Malaysia and there are three main ones The Malays the indians and The Chinese I hope you enjoy this next paragraph. In Malaysia there are three main races of people. They are the Indians the Chinese and the Malays. They also can’t stand each other that I don’t understand. The Chinese wear very revealing clothes and that annoys the Malays and Indians because in India and Malaysia the women have to cover up. The Chinese complain that they are always being stared and that is because of what they are wearing. The … Continue reading Different Races