Mango growers expect good yield, high market potential in China in coming season

Myanmar’s mango is expected to reach 80 per cent market share in China, along with high yield during the upcoming mango season, said U Kyaw Soe Naing, secretary of Myanmar Mango Market and Technology Development Association. The blooming season has started. The growers are providing trees with nutrients, irrigation and insecticide. As the COVID-19 vaccine […]

Thousands of private-school teachers ‘still unqualified’

Thousands of private-school teachers in Myanmar are not certified by the Ministry of Education and are unqualified to teach, according to the Private Teachers Association. U Nyi Nyi Naing, chair of the association, said many private teachers have not complied with the Private School Law and are ineligible for certification because they did not have […]

University to offer course for degree in education

The Yangon University of Education is offering a correspondence course for private school teachers to get certification from the Ministry of Education. People with at least five years of teaching experience and a degree in any field, as well as those with post-graduate degrees in multimedia arts, are eligible to apply for the course, the […]

New Dive Center Opens in Mergui Archipelago

ANGON— As Myanmar’s Mergui islands open up to more visitors, the limited facilities among the most remote islands of the archipelago are growing slowly but steadily. For the most adventurous of travelers, Awei Pila Dive Center, on Pila Island, now offers diving courses and certification for beginners. The center is located at a resort by […]

Organic Poultry Farm Makes Waves in Yangon

Shwe Taung Nyo Gyi farm is making waves in Yangon with its local, organic poultry and natural eggs. The farm, founded in 2017 by friends Zaw Ye Naung and Marn Thu Shein, is certified by the Myanmar Organic Agriculture Group (MOAG). “We are both fathers who wanted to feed healthy, chemical-free foods to our children. […]