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7th Annual Myanmar Film Festival of Los Angeles -MFFLA 2014 September 13-14, 2014, Los Angeles – USA (Held every year) Thank you for your interest in submitting your film to the 2014 Myanmar Film Festival of Los Angeles.  Filmmakers/Directors/Producers: Submissions are now open to this year’s...
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The Padauk Blossoms at Thingyan By: Harry Hpone Thant Soon it will be Thingyan again. Most people know Thingyan as water festival time, the weather is unbearably very hot and dusty and everybody who ventures out onto the road is greeted with a bucket of water over his head or ambushed by jets of water from...
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Open Call for Submissions: 7th Annual Myanmar Film Festival of Los Angeles – MFFLA 2014

7th Annual Myanmar Film Festival of Los Angeles -MFFLA 2014 September 13-14, 2014, Los Angeles – USA (Held every year) Thank you for your interest in submitting your film to the 2014 Myanmar Film Festival of Los Angeles.  Filmmakers/Directors/Producers: Submissions are now open to this year’s Film Festival in the media capital of Hollywood! The Myanmar Film...

More Set – Books for Myanmar Project

  Introduction: Mission ‘More Set’ is a library installation project focused on the under-privileged primary schools in Myanmar. The name, ‘More Set’ comes from the Myanmar language, meaning “blessing rain,” which refers to the end of Myanmar’s hottest season and the start of its rainy season. Each school year in Myanmar begins with the rainy season, when...

When Padauk Blossoms Bloom

The Padauk Blossoms at Thingyan By: Harry Hpone Thant Soon it will be Thingyan again. Most people know Thingyan as water festival time, the weather is unbearably very hot and dusty and everybody who ventures out onto the road is greeted with a bucket of water over his head or ambushed by jets of water from children lucking by. Actually, Thingyan is the Myanmar New Year and...

2014 USA Tours: Benefit Music Concerts with Plus Three Band

The Network of Myanmar American Association (NetMAA) is proud to sponsor and bring one of the most popular music bands, Plus Three Band, from Myanmar to the U.S. accompanied by very well-known famous singers J Maung Maung, Htun Aeindra Bo, Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein, and Chan Chan.  Over the years, Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein has perhaps become best known for her electric performances...

Invisible Newcomers: Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan in the United States

APIASF Releases New Report on Burmese and Bhutanese Refugee Student Communities!   The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF)–in collaboration with the Association for Asian American Studies–today released a new report, Invisible Newcomers: Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan in the United States, which gives voice to and provides...

FREE U.S. Immigration Clinic To Myanmar Community – March 16, 2014

Need help with an immigration problem? Become A U.S. Citizen! We can help! The Asian American Advancing Justice – Los Angeles (AAAJ) and Network of Myanmar American Association (NetMAA) are proud to offer FREE U.S Immigration Clinic regarding the green card application process, citizenship application assistance to the Myanmar community and many other immigration...
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