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Re: SEMINAR " SHWEDAGON "

Thanks for your information
What I want to know is :Do you have any different time for collecting the offered flowers and something like that if not in sight of offerers?Thanks for  the chance for asking this guestion

2010/6/25 Nyi Nyi ® <nyinyi@gmail.com>
Venue changed. Sorry, don't blame me. Ahuh..This is the right address, guys.

PLACE --------------     NO. 458/460  , CORNER OF 31ST. STREET AND
MAHA BAN DULA ROAD.
                               ( YA THAR  CONDO ) NEAR SULE PAGODA.
                              01- 385017 (  TOURISM TRAINING SCHOOL )

You all are encouraged to send your questions regarding Shwe Dagon Pagoda, so an official can arrange answers for you there at the seminar. Pls send your question to Ko Chang Yein at his mail address changyein@gmail.com . For the time being, my questions are these;-

(1) what is the role of trustee in a pagoda like Shwe Dagon?
(2) how the entrance fee 5 USD is generated; going through Religious Affairs department or how decisions are made in terms of using the treasury of Shwe Dagon?

What about yours? Pls send those to Ko Chang Yein. Cheers!!!


2010/6/24 Nyi Nyi ® <nyinyi@gmail.com>

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On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 4:44 PM, KO KO LATT <kokolatt47@gmail.com> wrote:
     " SHWE DA GON "  PAGODA


DEAR ALL COLLEAGUES IN TOURISM INDUSTRY ,

                              HEREUNDER IS SEMINAR PROGRAMME

SPEAKERS  ----------------           3 MEMBERS FORM "SHWEDAGON "
PAGODA TRUSTEE

DATE ----------------    1 JULY 2010 ( THURSDAY )
TIME -----------------    1 P.M TO 4 P.M
PLACE --------------     NO. 458/460  , CORNER OF 31ST. STREET AND
MAHA BAN DULA ROAD.
                               ( YA THAR  CONDO ) NEAR SULE PAGODA.
                              01- 385017 (  TOURISM TRAINING SCHOOL )





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Re: CEB MICE White Paper to chart recovery efforts

Thanks Friend for your information.

On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 12:05 AM, Thomas Latt <thomasjrlatt@gmail.com> wrote:
I TCEB MICE White Paper to chart recovery efforts
Sirima Eamtako, Bangkok (2010-06-29)

THAILAND is expected to receive its first MICE White Paper in August, which will map out a recovery plan for the country's MICE industry.

The prototype of the year-long recovery roadmap was drafted by nine major industry players at the MICE Summit yesterday in Bangkok, organised by the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB).

Heads of nine establishments, including the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center, CM Organizer, Destination Asia (Thailand) and Royal Cliff Beach Resort, drafted 10 strategic measures to bring back MICE business that had taken a beating during the recent Thai political crisis.

Measures include increasing Thailand's MICE capabilities through various strategies and activities, establishing a bidding fund, enhancing database and stimulating domestic MICE. TCEB president Akapol Sorasuchart said an industry-wide endorsement of the White Paper was expected at a MICE convention, to be held in July for some 100 delegates from public and private agencies. Cabinet approval would be sought thereafter in August.

"This White Paper will be the bible for the Thai MICE industry... and will set the course for MICE budget allocation," Akapol said.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet approved a MICE stimulus budget of 40 million baht (US$1.2 million) yesterday although TCEB had requested for 200 million baht. (TTG Asia e-Daily, April 23).


Copyright 2010 © TTG Asia Media Pte Ltd

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Re: Yangon Airport Fees

thanks Ei for the information.

On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 2:39 AM, Ei <novgirl@gmail.com> wrote:
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We have been notified by the Yangon International Airport Authorities that there will be an increase of taxes starting from the 1 Jul 2010. This increase applies only to Myanmar nationals.

The Airport Fee charges that are implied are as below:

Applies to Currency Previous Tax New Tax
Myanmar nationals Myanmar Kyatts (MMK) 500 3000
Guests to Myanmar United States Dollars (USD) 10 10
* All taxes must be paid at the Yangon International Airport before flights.
 

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Eating Your Way through Vietnam: Every Traveler’s Food Guide

Posted: 29 Jun 2010 06:38 PM PDT

If you're going to Vietnam for an educational tour, or simply to get some nature into your city-stricken body, then the best way to truly dig into the culture is to dig into your plate. This is one of the most culture-rich countries in Asia, and you will practically taste the diversity in their native dishes.

It's interesting to note that almost every aspect of the Vietnamese native's life revolves around food—from the cultivation of crops to the preparation of the dishes and finally, to the communal pleasure of sharing something that warms the tummy. Even the country's commercial side is dominated by food. If you're traveling to Vietnam with fresh eyes, you'll realize that the economy of this Asian country depends on food.

Vietnam's markets are rich with fresh produce, and you'll never go hungry here because, on every curb of the street, you'll find one of their best chefs churning out something good for hungry locals and foreign travelers. Below is a comprehensive food guide you should use if you're traveling to Vietnam for the first time. You haven't actually experienced the country unless you've tasted their best dishes.

Hanoi


Your first stop should be in Hanoi if you want the warmest of dishes. While the gray skies of the region might turn off Londoners who are trying to escape the wetness of their own homeland, more open travelers might find Hanoi's rainy days pretty easy to love. This is especially once you've tasted their pho bo. This is Vietnam's national dish, and you can choose to eat this for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Some even have them for snacks.

Pho bo is a noodle soup dish, the base soup made from beef broth. You'll also get hints of ginger, garlic gloves and star anise while you're sipping the soup. The rice noodles are accompanied by beef strips or corned beef, depending on the cooking tradition of the noodle house you're dining in.

One of the most renowned restaurants in Hanoi is Pho Gia Truyen. You can find this at the region's older quarters on Ban Dat Street. While the fixtures of the restaurant are less than grand—two fans, a clock, naked light bulbs, and communal tables—your mouths will be watering once you set sight on its brisket slabs all conveniently hanging from the ceiling of the main counter. You will also be welcomed by the steam coming out of the restaurant's giant cauldron, keeping the base soup of the noodle dish warm.

Just to show you how successful this restaurant is, to say that the place is crowded during lunchtime is an understatement. Practically half of Hanoi's population line up just to buy a bowl of the restaurant's pho bo for lunch or dinner. Some even come by motorbikes, park, purchase a bowl, and dine while perching on their bikes despite the chilly weather.

Should you be in another region and you're missing Hanoi's pho bo, all you have to do is look for a street vendor. Hopefully, s/he is from Hanoi, and makes this noodle dish just like they do in the old country.

Are you in the mood for street food? You can stop circling the region for the best street food in town. Just go to the Quan An Ngon. If you can't remember the name, just say "Ngon" and the locals will know where to lead you.

The group of street food vendors who are now cooking for the restaurant was hand selected by the owner, and he claims that they're "all-star".  With the menus and the table service, you won't even remember that you're eating street food at all. It's pretty difficult to get seats at night, though. Make sure that you come by before dinnertime to avoid the long queues of hungry locals.

Because there's no strict line about what you should have for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you can even order the best dishes in the morning if you really want the best of Vietnam cuisine. The most recommended full dish for breakfast is the bun cha.

This is basically marinated pork (in rice vermicelli and fish sauce) grilled to utter perfection. Pair this with a banh da ca with is a fish noodle soup with a tang, and you'll have one of the best mornings in your life.

Hue

Probably not the place to visit for those who are looking to find a fast paced city lifestyle, Hue is the haven, however, of people who are looking for a slow burn. This town used to be Vietnam's imperial city and is certainly not lacking in beautiful buildings if you're looking for some architectural eye candies. It is more than a village than a city, though, and might even seem sleepy for some people.

Should you be the cultural buff, though, who signed up for some off-city, old-Vietnam tour, you'll probably be taken here for its pagodas, tombs, and Hue's magnificent Citadel. The richness of Hue's old culture can be hard for the first time traveler to decipher. Perhaps the best way to get to know the city is through your stomach.

While Hanoi can give you the simpler gastronomic pleasures of Vietnam, Hue gives you the more elaborate side. According to legend, the kings of ancient Vietnam refused to eat the same dish more than once within the year. Their cooks were forced to come up with hundreds of dishes to please the kings' palates.

Contemporary cooks in Hue purportedly inherited these dishes, so now you can probably stay in the town for a year and fill up a thick cookbook. That is, if these cooks are willing to part with the family recipe. There's no space for all 365 dishes from Hue, so we'll just feature the local favorite, which is the Banh beo. This is a native cake, usually eaten with another favorite, the dainty, steamed or fried flower-shaped dumplings. The banh beo has a thin dough skin, filled with very sweet bean paste. It's probably an adaptation of the Chinese mooncake, and the flakier been paste cakes in Japan.

Generally, while most Asian visitors enjoy the banh beo, some European and American travelers find the filling too gooey or too sweet. It's worth a try, though. As in the pho bo in Hanoi, the banh beo is sold widely throughout Vietnam. For the best ones, though, look for bakeries in Hue which specialize in these cakes. You're bound to find quite a lot of them.

For the main dishes, though, you might want to try other Hue specialties like the com hen and the banh khoai. Thecom hen is a mixture of clam and rice which leans on spicy, while the banh khoai is a crepe made from rice flour about the size of a fajita.

A restaurant called the Quan Cam will give you the ultimate Hue breakfast called the bun bo Hue. This is a spicy broth simmered in beef bones mixed with lemon grass and heated with chili. This broth is then topped on paper-thin beef strips and meatballs made with crab and pork meat.

You simply must not leave Hue, though, without visiting the Royal Garden or the Huang Vien. This used to be a French colonial house restored to feed hungry locals and travelers the best of contemporary Hue cuisine. This is reigned over by chef Boi tran, which serves heavenly kaiseki. Literally, this dish is a shrimp dish with "five tastes". The shrimp meat is spiced up with lemongrass, shallot, ginger, Kaffir lime leaf and chili.

Guests pine over the nem ran rolls as well. These spring rolls are made from mushroom, shrimp, and pork. Served with fried rice and a salad made from rose petals, it spells out modern, Vietnamese perfection. While the garden is quite the visual dazzle most tourists are looking for, chef Boi Tran makes sure that it's more than just that.

Hoi An

While Hoi an today might be chocked with tour buses, it still transforms into the backpacker haven it once was when the sun sets. This fishing village is generally quiet, and the narrow streets are lined with traditional paper lanterns.

It's the perfect backdrop for its cuisine, which remained untainted despite the passing years. One of the local favorites is the cao lu. This is a dish made with thick noodles, cooked in water from one of Hoi An's local wells. Locals will tell you that water from any other wells won't produce the same taste, and for the sake of keeping in touch with old Vietnam, you might just want to believe that.

Out of your luxury hotel, you'll see that Hoi An is still primarily a fishing village. Just go though the menus of its restaurants and you'll see that the bulk of the dishes are made from fresh seafood. Make sure that you visit the Cua Dai Beach. Barbeque restaurants are lined up here and you can dine while kicking your shoes off and enjoying the sand.

Hon, which is run by a family with the same name, serves the best muc nuong or grilled squid. The nghue hap which is a dish made from clams, lemon grass, ginger, and fresh mint, is also ridiculously mouth watering. For more formal dining, drop by the Morning Glory. If you want to sample Hoi An's prime picks on a silver platter, this is the best place to go to.

The cao lu, which you can probably sample from the market, is ten times better here. The broth is spiked with cilantro, mint, chives, star anise, and soy sauce. Juicy soy-simmered strips of pork called the xa xiu are also mixed into the dish.

The trade mark dish in Hoi An, though, is the banh mi. This is a baguette meat sandwich slathered in mayonnaise, pickled carrots, cucumber, daikon, chili, and cilantro. Certainly one of the world's best sandwiches, the banh mi isn't really sold in restaurants. You would want to frequent local bakeries just to taste it.

Ho Chi Minh City (better known as Saigon)

Are you familiar with the musical? Down south, everything just seems to be hotter, and we're not just talking about the weather. The food is hotter, and so are the woks and the fashion scene. Despite the figure-conscious ladies of Saigon or the Ho Chi Minh City, is still pretty renowned for its spicy-sweet delicacies.

While snooty northerners might turn the other cheek to this "unsophisticated" southern cuisine, travelers still love the Malayan-inspired curry dishes of Saigon and the newly-established Singaporean noodle houses on Saigon's strips. These Singaporean and Malay fusions are especially popular among Vietnamese teenagers.

Despite the changes in Saigon, oldtimers would love the way Quan Thuy 94, a famous crab restaurant, stayed the same. Aside from the adorable staff, the world's secret to cooking crab has been passed down to the restaurant's current kitchen.

You should try the soft-shelled crab dish coated in tamarind sauce. The Cha gio cua or spring rolls filled with crab meat, is also pretty popular. You'll hear tables and tables in the joint crunching on these delectable rolls. Another dish you simply must not miss out on is the mien xao cua be. This is a glass noodle dish stir fried with mushrooms, chili, and of course, crabmeat. The vermilion crab roe is also a notable addition to this dish.

For those of you who have been to other Asian countries, the Pho Hoa might sound familiar. Certainly the best Vietnamese restaurant to go to when you're looking for taste noodle dishes, the Pho Hoa specializes in pho tai nam.

This noodle dish is served with rear beef strips and flank, cooked well-done. Similar western dishes include the pastrami. If you want it truly Saigon, sprinkle some bean sprouts, chili sauce, hoisin, and lime for good measure.

You will also want to visit Saigon's famous lunch lady, Nguyen Thi Thanh. From Mondays through Saturdays, this cook sets up shop along Hoan Sa street. She serves the best hu tieu which is a noodle dish served with roasted pork, peanuts, prawn and quail eggs.

Just to show you how good her cooking is, she has been in the business for more than 13 years. She's probably still there out of the love for cooking. Among her patrons are school children, office workers and housewives who don't have enough time to cook their own food. The broth of the noodle dish is smoky, with hints of shallots and squid.



Top 19 Most Complained Airlines in the USA

Posted: 29 Jun 2010 05:49 PM PDT

Do you have a score to pick with that airline you traveled with during your last business trip? Well, that's not exactly new. Almost everyone who travels by plane is less than impressed, especially when they're traveling during the peak season. Just in case you want the heads up, below are the top 19 most complained airlines in the USA.

19th Place: Southwest Airlines


Out of every 100,000 passengers of this airline, a total of .21 complains. Just last year, over 100 million passengers who flew them to the Southwest, and compared to the other airlines in this list, there is only one complainant for every 500,000 passengers.

Perhaps it's the staff's sunny temperament? The airline ranked No. 1 in the DOT's list of excellent airlines for three consecutive years. If there are complaints about the airline, their management has done right to keep it to a minimum.

18th Place: ExpressJet Airlines


The ExpressJet Airlines receives a mere .33 complaints for every 100,000 passengers. This is a pretty low score considering the report last 2009 which put ExpressJet on a bad light. Apparently, the airline had to keep its passengers in the airport's tarmac for more than six hours. What made matters worse was that the tarmac had too few bathrooms for the number of stranded passengers.

There was also no potable water when this happened. We're happy to announce, though, that this little incident was an irregularity. If anything, that horrible incident even pushed the justice system to come up with rules and regulations regarding passenger treatment in cases of flight delays.

Overall, though, Continental-owned ExpressJet still remained on top of its game when it comes to the airline's overall performance.

17th: SkyWest Airlines


The regional SkyWest Airlines used to hold the number 18 position among the best airlines in the USA. However, due to growing baggage and flight complaints lodged by its passengers, it dropped to the number 19 position. It's still not that bad for a regional airline, but you probably want to look for better options if you want a spotless traveling experience.

16th: Alaska Airlines


The Alaska Airlines gets 1 complaint out of 50,000 passengers. This is still a pretty good figure considering the size of the company. In fact, among eight of US's major air freights, Alaska Airlines gets the top rank when it comes to customer satisfaction. Even if there's a possibility that you'll be that one out of 50,000 passengers who's going to be unhappy with the service, the Alaska Airlines is a safe enough choice.

15th: Mesa Airlines


With only .61 out of 100,000 passengers lodging complaints about the Mesa Airlines, its overall performance is certainly improving. Records have it that since 2008, less passengers have had bad things to say about the airline's baggage and flight handling. The Mesa Airlines is a regional provider for other airlines including the United, US Airways, and the Delta.

14th: American Eagle Airlines


Out of 100,000 passengers, only .64 of them complain about American Eagle Airlines. They are affiliated with the American Airlines, and is currently the USA's biggest regional carrier. The good thing is that the complaints for this airline have dramatically lessened. A decrease of up to 62% was recorded since 2008. The leap from being America's worst airline to one of the best today is impressive.

13th: Atlantic Southeast Airlines

For every 100,000 passengers, .65 of them complain about the Atlantic Southeast Airlines. This airlines runs about 1,000 flights within the U.S. every day. Also improving its overall performance, the airline managed to leap out of the top ten worst airlines across the U.S.A.

12th: Hawaiian Airlines


Getting .74 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, the Hawaiian Airlines grabs a spot in the middle of the pack. While it's one of the few airlines that are known for its punctuality, it fares so-so in the other areas. Expect to have problems in your fares, disabilities, accommodation or baggage when you're flying with them.

For the fares, in particular, the Hawaiian Airlines is pretty famous for posting incomplete information, and even overcharging its passengers.

11th: Pinnacle Airlines

This airlines receives .79 complaints for every 100,000 passengers. It is a pretty punctual airline as well, operating more than 700 of Delta's Connection flights every day. While it still plays too closely to the top ten most complained airlines across the US, the performance of the airlines notably improved since 2008.

10th: JetBlue Airways

While receiving .85 complaints for every 100,000 passengers which puts it at the number 10 spot for most complained airlines, the JetBlue Airways nonetheless gets the best ratings out of all low-cost carriers across the U.S.A. While the DOT's factsheet probably won't back up the award, JetBlue is still on the lower leg of this list, which means that it's not half as bad as the other airlines.

9th: Frontier Airlines


The Frontier Airlines received .92 complaints out of every 100,000 of its passengers. Back in 2008, this used to be one of the best airlines in the U.S.A. Unfortunately, the MidWest Airlines' sister company did not fare so well, this year. To its defense, though, this is the first time it's included in this list, at least in the last three years.

8th: AirTran


Receiving .97 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, it's a mystery why AirTran remains at the number eight spot. DOT did admit that the airline received less complaints in 2009 compared to the previous years. The biggest complaint seems to be how AirTran refuses to rearrange its flights to other airlines simply because they don't have a full-service carriage contract.

7th: Continental Airlines


Getting 1.00 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, Continental is still faring pretty badly. This is despite its performance improvement compared to the previous year. Watch out for the planned merge with United. The merging could cause a lot of problems for both parties, dragging the new airline further up this list.

6th: Comair

With 1.03 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, Comair is still in pretty bad shape. Word has it that it actually moved one spot down this list, but it still spells things pretty badly for the airline. A huge amount of complaints for this airline is about flight delays. For 2009, Comair actually rated the poorest for punctuality among U.S. Airlines.

5th: American Airlines

The American Airlines, sadly, receives 1.07 complaints for every 100,000 passengers. Despite this horrendous number of complainants, the American Airlines seems to be improving its performance every year.

4th: Northwest Airlines


What on earth happened to Northwest Airlines? This seems to be the common question among passengers who have witnessed the airline's 8 spots drop. For 2009, it received 1.31 complaints for every 100,000 passengers. So what happened to it? We suspect it's the merge with Delta Airlines, which was actually done to improve the airline's rankings.

Unfortunately, the merging of the two airlines gave birth to a more complicated ticketing system which annoyed most of its patrons.

3rd: US Airways


Garnering 1.31 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, the 3rd place goes to US Airways. The good news (at least for its staff) is that this is actually a two-step improvement. The US Airways placed first in this list last 2008 with a total of 2.01 complaints per 100,000 passengers. The airline's weakness stays the same: they still commit a lot of mistakes when it comes to ticketing, reservations, and boarding.

That's highly inconvenient if you had a tight business trip scheduled.

2nd: United Airlines


With 1.34 complaints lodged for every 100,000 passengers, the United Airlines is certainly not the airline you'd want to fly with if you won't to dodge mishandled luggage, and delayed or cancelled flights. The airline's score is probably improving (it had 1.86 complaints on its shoulders in 2008) but placing 2nd in this list is still pretty harsh.

1st: Delta


The worst airline to fly with is the Delta Airlines, based on the DOT list. This airline received the most number of complaints among US airlines. With 1.96 complaints for every 100,000 passengers, Delta certainly needs to step up on its game. Among the major problems reported by passengers are baggage handling, ticket reservations, and flight delays or cancellations.

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Yangon Airport Fees

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Date: Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 4:35 PM
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Dear ...........................,

We have been notified by the Yangon International Airport Authorities that there will be an increase of taxes starting from the 1 Jul 2010. This increase applies only to Myanmar nationals.

The Airport Fee charges that are implied are as below:

Applies to Currency Previous Tax New Tax
Myanmar nationals Myanmar Kyatts (MMK) 500 3000
Guests to Myanmar United States Dollars (USD) 10 10
* All taxes must be paid at the Yangon International Airport before flights.
 

For more information please logon to www.airasia.com

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


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CEB MICE White Paper to chart recovery efforts

I TCEB MICE White Paper to chart recovery efforts
Sirima Eamtako, Bangkok (2010-06-29)

THAILAND is expected to receive its first MICE White Paper in August, which will map out a recovery plan for the country's MICE industry.

The prototype of the year-long recovery roadmap was drafted by nine major industry players at the MICE Summit yesterday in Bangkok, organised by the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB).

Heads of nine establishments, including the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center, CM Organizer, Destination Asia (Thailand) and Royal Cliff Beach Resort, drafted 10 strategic measures to bring back MICE business that had taken a beating during the recent Thai political crisis.

Measures include increasing Thailand's MICE capabilities through various strategies and activities, establishing a bidding fund, enhancing database and stimulating domestic MICE. TCEB president Akapol Sorasuchart said an industry-wide endorsement of the White Paper was expected at a MICE convention, to be held in July for some 100 delegates from public and private agencies. Cabinet approval would be sought thereafter in August.

"This White Paper will be the bible for the Thai MICE industry... and will set the course for MICE budget allocation," Akapol said.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet approved a MICE stimulus budget of 40 million baht (US$1.2 million) yesterday although TCEB had requested for 200 million baht. (TTG Asia e-Daily, April 23).


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