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Hkakabo Razi of Myanmar (Burma)

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Hkakabo Razi
Elevation 5,881 metres (19,294 feet)
Location Kachin, Myanmar
Range Himalaya
Coordinates 28°19′59″N, 97°28′00″E
First ascent September 15, 1996


Hkakabo Razi  is Southeast Asia's highest mountain, located in the northern Burmese state of Kachin.
It lies in an outlying subrange of the Greater Himalayan mountain system.The mountain lies on the border tri-point between Burma, China, and India.
The peak is enclosed within Hkakabo Razi National Park. The park is entirely mountainous and is characterized by broad-leaved evergreen rain forest, a sub-tropical temperate zone from 2,438 to 2,743 metres (7,999–8,999 ft), then broad-leaved, semi-deciduous forest and finally needle-leaved evergreen, snow forest. Above 3,353 metres (11,001 ft), the highest forest zone is alpine, different not only in kind from the forest, but different in history and origin. Still higher up, around 4,572 m…

MAI, Myanmar Airways International is now with online ticketing and booking service.

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MAI, Myanmar Airways International is now providing online ticketing and booking service at its website http://www.maiair.com.

A Thet Shin Nay Tha Ywae (as long as we live) by Tracy and Saung Oo Hlaing

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Thingyan Water Festival Bomb Blast in Yangon, Myanmar 2010 (Terrorist Attack)

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Always on my mind - Willie Nelson

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Sex Education For Teens

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Sex education for teens is extremely useful in preventing the practice of unsafe sex. It checks the rampant spread of communicable and sexually-transmitted diseases such as AIDS. It safeguards young females against unwanted pregnancies and unnecessary abortions. Most importantly, sex education instills moral principles related to sexuality in the young minds, which encourages more responsible sexual behavior -- such as refusal and resistance to peer coercion to engage in sexual activities.
Teens need to understand that sex is a natural urge and an important component of the normal life of most adults and that it must never be associated with feelings of guilt or shame. Sex education is, therefore, very crucial for young people to promote healthy and responsible sexual behavior and attitudes. With the absence of sex education during childhood and teens, young minds will learn about this “forbidden” subject from pornographic books, magazines and movies, which leave them d…

Nine killed, 50 hurt in Myanmar blasts: sources

(Reuters) - At least nine people were killed and 50 wounded in three explosions at a new year water festival in the former Myanmar capital of Yangon on Thursday, witnesses and hospital sources said.
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Just 120 Trillion Miles From Home

Reposted from http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/29/weekinreview/22basicB.html?_r=1&ref=science
Astronomers announced last week that they had found what might be the first habitable planet outside the solar system. Known poetically as Gliese 581c, the new planet is only five times as massive as the Earth and inhabits a sweet zone around a dim red star in Libra where it is neither too hot nor too cold for liquid water. The star and its retinue of planets are only 20 light years away. "We could go there," enthused Dimitar Sasselov, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, noting that 20 light years is next door in a galaxy 100,000 light years across. But he was speaking for the very, very long term. However near cosmically, the Gliese planet is still about 120 trillion miles away. Voyager 1, now leaving the solar system at a speed of about 39,000 miles per hour, would need more than 300,000 years to travel that far. Physicists and engineers point out, ho…