Due to installation of the direction signboards at the bus stops in the downtown of Yangon, the routes of the buses can easily be known now than before.
Auto mobile and living products show is to be held on June 26-28 at Tatmadaw hall. Local auto mobile manufacturers' companies will participate and exhibit their local made cars at that show.
Japanese restaurant 'Yuzo' has been opened in Yangon. It is situated at the second floor of City Center shopping center and the interior of the shop is wide, neat and tidy. Sushi, Japanese curries, set menu, etc are available there.
Jasmines (flower of rainy season) are blossoming now in Myanmar. Normally they are sold by threading on a string but now they are being sold by with tin cups (made with containers of condensed milk).
Although there was no private fuel station in Myanmar before, new interior decorations can be seen there now after private companies were allowed to manage the stations. The price for fuel is not change as usual.
Air Asia of the Malaysia Airline will launch 2 times per day for Yangon-Bangkok flight trips starting from July 15 and 1 time per day for Yangon-Kualalumpu starting from July 20.
The results for Basic Education High School matriculation (Grade XI) exam were announced at all schools of Myanmar on June 13. It is said that this exam is very critical for the lives of the students in Myanmar because getting to attend the desired university depends on the exam results and it can decide them which university to go and learn according to their marks.
Collaboration of Alliance Frances and Le Cafe De Paris, the course for French cuisine was held on June 11-12 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. The French snack festival was also celebrated on June 12 at 6 pm. Admission is free.
Sale promotions of television are being done coincided with World Cup 2010 which will start June 11. Promotion programs are now being conducted for selling goods related with World Cup which is so interested by many people in Myanmar.
Selling fruits can be seen more during rainy season. Now rambuton fruit (KyatMaukThee) that is a kind of fruit with a mildly acidic acid taste are being sold cheaply. It now costs about K30 to K60 per fruit.
New Japanese restaurant "Ran" has been opened. Japanese food such as Sushi, Sashimi and Domburi as well as Chinese food are available there. Cooking methods may be taught by the chef from Japan regularly.
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Schools throughout the country have been reopened today. Schools are teeming with students who are excited and cheerful for meeting their friends again after the long summer holiday. The traffic especially near the famous schools will be busy again because of the school buses and cars which going to and coming from schools.