Fly With Vietjet, Starting from Zero MMK And Experience the Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine A country’s cuisine is one of the most important features that tells us about that nation’s culture, people and value. Vietnamese cuisine is without a doubt…
(It might be a dream I thought because I slept last night too late by watching this moon lit night.) ‘Under the moon lit night, who love to light the world with me?’ I hummed this tune under…
(Under the moon lit night, who love to light the world with me?) In this month, 28th of November is the full moon day of Tanhsaungmone in the Burmese calendar. It was also named festival of lights. Lighting candles or colored…
On the 8th of July, the San Francisco Burmese Community held a Food Fair at the Newark Pavilion. The purpose of this event was to raise money to support the relief effort for the Rakhine people. There were…
The Thingyan Pwe, a Burmese water festival, was held on the 27th of May, by the Bay Area Burmese community. At this event, the SFBC Bookdrive had a booth with various displays explaining what this bookdrive is about and detailing its importance in both the Burmese community here, in America, and in Burma.
We have great fun during festivals. People go to the monasteries, pagodas and some interesting places during festivals. Many festivals are celebrated all over Burma.
(Picture Illustrated by Artist U Ba Kyi)
Tanhsaungmone and The Medicine Night
San Francisco Burmese Community, together with 10 sponsors invites you to the 8.8.88 23-year Commenmoration Event.
Event Schedule of August 6, 2011
[11:00a.m – 12:00p.m.] Alms to monks and Buddhist ceremony in memoriam of the fallen colleagues at and since 8.8.88
[12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m.] Refreshments will be served
[1:00p.m. – 4:30p.m.] Performance, Exhibitions, and Presentations
MoeMaKa Reporter March 5, 2011 On January 23, friends of Citizen of Burma Association (CoBA) from the San Fransisco bay area held a fund raising for 2011 CoBA’s award and ceremony. They were able to raise a net donation of…
MoeMaKa Reporter (Milwaukee)
March 3, 2011
On February 27, as an activity to welcome 21st Pin Lon conference, Karen, Myanmar, Mon, Chin, Rakhine, and other Burmese nationals gathered and held together the second ceremony of ‘Htamane’, the Burmese traditional food, at Pyinnyar Yama monastery in Milwaukee in Wisconsin State. The arrangements of this successful fair include such as ‘lunch for the audience attended’ and ‘listening to the sermon’.