Culture - Burma (Myanmar)

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Ministry of Culture
The Ministry of Culture is comprised of several departments: The Office of the Minister for Culture, the Department of Fine Arts, the Department of Archaeology, the Department of Cultural Institute and the Department of Historical Research. Since the formation of the Ministry of Culture in 1952, a variety of cultural activities have been promoted. The Policy of the Ministry of Culture is to love and cherish the country and the people by taking pride on own good traditions as well as by preserving, exposing and propagating Myanmar Cultural Heritage.
Homepage
Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc.
Ethnologue Language Archive was begun in 1971 by the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc., at the University of Oklahoma, and was continued at Cornell University. It is a catalogue of more than 6,700 languages spoken in 228 countries. For these reasons it matches perfectly with our information standards.
Ethnologue
Myanmar.com
Myanmar.com is the ultimate guide to Myanmar. This site is a dynamic encyclopedia that is constantly updated and enhanced and it contains a vast amount of information about the country, its people and its beautiful tourist destinations.
Arts and Literature
The Centre for World Heritage
World Heritage is the designation for places on earth that are of outstanding universal value to humanity and as such, have been inscribed on the World Heritage List to be protected for future generations to appreciate and enjoy. The Centre for World Heritage is part of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Myanmar
Myanmar Home Page(The Goldenland)
This is the official website of the Myanmar government. It provides information on numerous topics of interest.
Population and National Races of MyanmarLanguageReligion & CultureTHE PADAUNGMyanmar Culture
The Mon Information Home Page
This home page, developed by George Aaron Broadwellfrom the Department of Anthropology at the University of Albany, provides information about the Mon people. There are several million Mon people in Burma and Thailand. Mon people are experiencing brutal repression at the hands of the Burmese government. Everyone concerned with human rights should be aware of the case of the Mon.
Mon historyRecent Mon historyRefugee campsMon political organizations