Month: August 2009

Maung Shwe – National League for Democracy and Possible Scenarios

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National League for Democracy and Possible Scenarios 

Maung Shwe 

May 19, 2009

 

A political movement with certain momentum is seen in Burma after Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial. She was accused under State Protection Act, section 22/109 as she violated the terms of her house arrest after an American man swam to an entered her lakeside home on 14th of May. It is clearly shown that the dialogue and national reconciliation have been moved out from the junta’s mindset. It is also an answer to the people who are waiting for the junta’s response to NLD’s Shwe-Gon-Daing declaration. Now this is time to think about how NLD continues on his pathway shown in the declaration.

Pwintphyu Nandar – A Review of Most of Miyazaki’s Films

A Review of Most of Miyazaki’s Films

Pwintphyu Nandar

September 1, 2009

(MoeMaK Movie Review)

Hayoa Miyazaki has done it again! He had made another beautiful anime movie. This time it is about the adventures of a fish girl, Ponyo, and a human boy, Sousuke, thus the name Ponyo. For the creation of Ponyo, Miyazaki uses his own spectacular alchemy to weave in a feel of Japan into the classic story of “The Little Mermaid,” which is his inspiration. Miyazaki is definitely a master of anime. He was born in Tokyo, January 5, 1941. He got involved in anime in 1963, and his career started form there. Miyazaki had directed many anime movies, most of which has become a success. All time anime favorites, done by Miyazaki, includes Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, KiKi’s Delivery Service, Castle in the Sky, My Neighbor Totoro, Nausicaa, and Princess Mononoke.