MI News

31 January 2019

With the new products from Myanmar Insurance Association with several other companies, the insurance companies in Myanmar are looking forwards in Myanmar to expand their business of selling insurance by launching three new products on 29 January 2019 at the Myanmar Insuranc

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30 January 2019

On January 28, the opening ceremony of the Invest Myanmar Summit 2019 took place in Nay Pyi Taw. It was jointly organized by the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Economic Relations and the UMFCCI.

At the summit, government officials, ambassadors, local and foreign

30 January 2019              

The people from Ale Chaung village in Buthitaung Township have been staying at the Monastery for more than ten days after fleeing their village on 13 January. Ale Chaung is village in Buthitaung Townsip where the Khami ethnic group live. But according to the r

30 January 2019               

The discussion on “Online Law Library” and pilot study of enacting laws in Myanmar was held on 26 January 2019 at the France Institute in Sanchaung, Yangon. The program was attended by Remi Nguyen, the Founder of Myanmar Law Library, U Kyaw Soe Bo, a member o

29 January 2019
With over 50,000 students mostly studying liberal arts and economics, the University of Distance Education system with the motto of “Education has no distance” is the largest university in Myanmar. A new policy was introduced for the distance education students that

29 January 2019

Yangon Zoological Garden attracted thousands of visitors to its 113th anniversary celebration, which happened on 25th through 27th. The zoo was packed with visitors from around the city including school excursion groups and casual visitors.

Marking the anniversary, t

29 January 2019

The 4 day-long Lancang-Mekong Cultural Exchange Youth Camp will be taking place in Mandalay from January 28 to the end of the month, 31st. With the special fund of Mekong-Lancang Cooperation, it is mainly hosted by Mandalay National University of Arts and Culture

28 January 2019

As we all know of an earthquake of 6.8 magnitudes which struck Myanmar 25 km west of Chauk on 24 August 2016, unfortunately several temples in the nearby ancient of Bagan were badly damaged, but fortunately the renovation processes are occurring since then with local expert