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“လက္ပံေတာင္းေတာင္အေနာက္ကလူ” ေနပူဖုံထူေသာ ခ်င္းတြင္း အေနာက္ျခမ္း၊ မတ္လအတြင္း တစ္ရက္။ ဆႏၵျပနည္းေပါင္းစုံျဖင့္ နာမည္ေက်ာ္ေသာ ဆည္တည္းရြာအနီး အိမ္တစ္အိမ္သည္ မိုဘိုင္းလ္မ်ား၊ တက္ဘလက္မ်ား၊ ကင္မရာမ်ားျဖင့္
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Some of our favourite Myanmar Blogs and why we like them. Part I
Nine Nine Sanay We like her blog because she writes and translates well. There is always something to learn and something to think about from her blog. She left London to go back home and serve her people and she is now working as a teacher in Myanmar.
Lu Lu’s Cooking
There are many Myanmar blogs that share Myanmar recipes but Lu Lu’s cooking is truly the most comprehensive and detailed Myanmar recipes blog. Recipes are also neaty categoried into various categories, such as salads, sides, mains, vegetarians, and desserts.
Shin Min’s Smoke and Spice blog is another Myanmar recipes blog. But her blog not only covers Myanmar recipes, but also recipes from other countries, such as Japan and Korea. The author admits that she is not a professional cook and therefore may have some mistakes in her recipes.
Moe Cho Thin
Moe Cho Thin is a daughter of a well known Myanmar poet, Tin Moe. She writes well and she was a writer back in Yangon before migrating to the USA. A must read for those who miss Myanmar Literature and Short Stories.
Khin Oo May
Khin Oo May’s blog may not be the most well-written Myanmar Blog, but that doesn’t matter because her posts are funny and entertaining. She appears to be a very likable person with a good sense of humor. Some of her blog posts describe about her life in Singapore with her husband.
You can view shweDarling.com Myanmar blogs section which features latest updates from some of our favourite blogs on the left sidebar. Part II will be coming soon, please check back in a few days. If you’d like to recommend any Myanmar Blogs, please leave in a url, or comment either in Myanmar or English. Zawgyi font is supported.