တရုပ်နိင်ငံက သိပ္ပံပညာရှင်တွေဟာ ကလုန်းလုပ်နည်းပညာအသစ်ကို အသုံးပြုပြီး မျောက်ကို အောင်မြင်စွာ ကလုန်းလုပ်နိုင်ပြီဖြစ်ကြောင်း အင်္ဂလန် နိုင်ငံမှာ ထုတ်ဝေတဲ့ New Scientist မဂ္ဂဇင်းမှာ ဖေါ်ပြထားပါတယ်။ သက္ကရဇ် ၂၀၀၀ တုန်းကတည်းက သိပ္ပံပညာရှင်တွေဟာ မျောက်ကို အောင်မြင်စွာ ကလုန်းလုပ်နိုင်ခဲ့ပေမယ့် အဲ့ဒီနည်းပညာဟောင်နဲ့ဆို အလွန်ဆုံး ၄ ခါထက် ပိုကလုန်းပွားလို့ မရနိုင်ပါဘူး။ ဒါပေမယ့် အခုနည်းပညာအသစ်အရတော့ အကြိမ်ရေ ကြိုက်သလောက် ပွားနိုင်တော့မှာ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ မျောက်တွေဟာ မျိုးရီုးဗီဇအရ လူတွေနဲ့ အနီးစပ်ဆုံး တူညီတဲ့ အတွက် ဒီကလုန်းမျောက်တွေကို ကင်ဆာလို၊ အယ်ဇိုင်းမားလို ရောဂါမျိုးတွေ ရအောင်လုပ်ပြီး ရောဂါဖြစ်စဉ်တွေကို အသေးစိတ် လေ့လာနိုင်တော့မှာ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ ဒီတွေ ရှိချက်တွေဟာ ကင်ဆာနဲ့ အခြားနာတာရှည်ရောဂါကုသနည်းတွေ ရှာဖွေရာမှာ အထောက်အကူပြုမှာ ဖြစ်တယ်လို့ သိပ္ပံပညာရှင်တွေက ဆိုပါတယ်။ လူကို ကလုန်းလုပ်နိုင်ဖို့လဲ မဝေးတော့ဘူးလို့လဲ သိပ္ပံ ပညာရှင်တွေက ဆိုပါတယ်။ [.....]
Myanmar Today has published an article detailing the Health situation in Myanmar from the latest DHS (Demographic and Health Survey) conducted in Myanmar in 2015. The survey was conducted in 2015 all over Myanmar by the Ministry of Health, with the aids from DHS foundation and USAID funding. A total of 12,885 women and 4,737 men aged between 15 – 49 years old in 12,500 selected households were interviewed. The sample is nationally representative and findings give better results than previous estimates. And the findings from this survey paint a grim picture of the health situation in Myanmar. Read the full article at Myanmar Today. [.....]
This is the repost from Myanmar Today website. The original article about Myanmar restaurant in Bangkok can be found here.
For those Myanmar food lovers living in Thailand or visiting Thailand, it is not always easy to find Myanmar food in Thailand. We at Myanmar Today would like to point those Myanmar food lovers to a Myanmar restaurant in the center of Bangkok. There is one Myanmar restaurant near Bumrungrad International Hospital near Sukumvit Soi 1. The restaurant does not have a special name – simply called “Myanmar Cuisine”, and serve authentic and delicious Myanmar food to customers. Each set meal consists of one serving of rice and one dish and cost around 50 baht (less than 2 US dollar), which is considered quite reasonable. The restaurant serves around 20 dishes for breakfast and lunch. During breakfast, they also serve Monhingha (Burmese rice noodle soup). You can also order Burmese style milk tea for your breakfast or lunch. Popular dishes serve here include Burmese style pork curry, fried roselle leaves, Burmese style chicken liver curry, and fish curry. The restaurant regrettably does not serve halal food though. The staffs are quite friendly and food preparation and display are quite clean. The restaurant usually closes around 4 PM so dinner is not an option here. [.....]
Myanmar will hold its first nationwide free and fair election (sort of) in 25 years on 8th of November 2015. The main opposition party led by the Nobel laureate Aung San Su Kyi is poised to win a landslide election. It is interesting to see the election in the numbers.
Read the full article here at Myanmar Election 2015 in Numbers. [.....]
Last year CIPA figures show worse than ever sales for mirrorless cameras worldwide. 2014 may be a different figure. According to the global shipment figures from CIPA, market share for mirrorless cameras compared to DSLR has increased over the same period in 2013. According to CIPA figures, global shipment of DSLR falls by 22% during Jan-June 2014, compared to the same period in 2013. Global shipment of DSLR in the first six months of 2013 was 6,263,002 units while it was only 4,904,435 units in the same period in 2014. In contrast, the total global shipment of mirrorless cameras rose from 1,322,622 units in first six months of 2013 to 1,491,613 units in the same period in 2014. This is an increase of 13% over the same period last year. Over the same period, the total shipment of interchangeable lens cameras fell from 7,585,624 units in the first half of last year to 6,396,048 units this year, a drop of 16% over year on year shipment. From these figures, it is evident that the fall in shipment of interchangeable lens cameras is in the DSLR sector while mirrorless sector even saw the growth in sales figures. [.....]
Many of you who love your Android phone will notice that many times, your Android application failed to update. Sometimes this is because your memory is full. But most of the time, the application failed to update for unknown reason. The error message in this case is usually “Unknown error”. How annoying! How many time you try to update your Android application, it refused to update. Most of the time, these Android applications that failed to update happened to be those installed on the SD card. Here is the answer. Move the application to the phone memory and update again. Most of the time, it solve the problem.
However, sometimes even after you move the Android application from SD card to the phone memory, it still fail to update. Frustrated, you uninstall and try to reinstall again. No success, and you start to get panic. If you are face with such a stubborn Android application that refuse to update, here is the trick for you.
1. Uninstall the stuck Android application
2. Go to Setting, SD card and storage and dismount the SD card.
3. Now go to Setting, Application, Manage applications, open Market and clear both cache and data.
4. Go and open Market application. You will need to accept the license agreement again. Just click accept. Now search the application you have problem updating.
5. Install application. Bingo!
6. Mount SD card again. [.....]
Our puppies are growing every day. They are big, healthy and feed a lot. The problem is, the mother (Thong) seems to be worried. Our rental house is a town house so there is no fence in the front. It is so open. And it is also very cold for the puppies at night time. Lots of mosquitoes also come and bite the puppies. So we decided to give Thong and the puppies a nice puppy house that will also prevent mosquitoes.And here is the puppy house.
We use the ready-made big mosquito net as their house. We then covered the tent with a few black plastic sheets so that the mother has some privacy. Thong usually does not like or trust strangers and she sometimes bite strangers without any warning. And to prevent it from flying away, we put water in the used 6L drinking water bottles and use them as weight. We also covered the base with some cardboard boxes to prevent from scratching from puppies and Thong.
At first, Thong seemed a bit confused with the new house. But in a few minutes, she learned how to go in and out of the tent, and became familiar with the new thing.
The babies are now big and healthy, and feed a lot and become very fat. And they seem to like their new house that we gave them. [.....]
My dog has delivered! Ok, that’s not something to be very excited. But she delivered three cute little puppies.
It all occurred while we were away for a weekend. Usually, every weekend, we go back home. I mean, we stay in a rental house near our work, and drive back to our real home every Friday evening, and come back on Monday in the early morning. So, last week we went back as usual on Friday and came back on Monday. My wife noticed that Thong’s (that is the name of our dog) big belly was gone. That was when we realized she has delivered.
So that evening on return from work, we tried to find her babies. Unfortunately, after more than an hour of exhaustive search, we still could not find her puppies. They were no where to be found. Our colleagues confirmed she had already delivered, so the babies must be somewhere. Finally, a guard from the bank near by pointed out the puppies to us. To our amazement, the puppies were taken care of not by mother, but their grandmother! Yea, they were taken care of by Thong’s mother. But the granny does not have breast milk. And she didn’t let Thong come near the babies. The babies need milk from the mother. So, with the help of the guard, we brought the puppies back home. And Thong was more than happy to take care of the babies and give milk.
The puppies and the matter are now in front of our house, in a special mosquito net for the babies. Please be careful when you walk past our house. Thong might bite you. [.....]
On 25th of this month, I will be a father. We are planning a delivery of a new baby on 25th November. We prefer normal delivery, but our Ob-Gyn informed that she might not be available during the expected date. So, finally, we decided to do a planned delivery.
How do I feel? Pretty excited, pretty worried and quite frantic. What? You want to say there is nothing to be frantic about? I have never been a father, and this is the first time I will be a father, ok? I have every right to be worried and excited.
Boy or girl? We don’t know yet. And we want it to be a surprise. Isn’t it wonderful to know the gender of your baby at the time of delivery? [.....]
It has been a long time that I write in this blog. Part of the reason is that I was quite lazy. Another reason is I rarely opened my computer at home to write something. I was using my phone to assess the internet most of the time at home. And you know about mobile phone browsers, right? They are slow and buggy while at the same time are not full functional. It all changed after I bought a new.phone, the HTC Desire.
I was using a Nokia Music Express 5800 for the past one and half year. Nokia 5800 was a great phone. It has a stable operating system, has excellent speakers – one of the best among mobile phones, and usable mobile browser. It was ok for most of the things I did online. However, it was not fit for a mobile blogging.
Last month, I bought a new Android phone, the HTC Desire. It has a fast processor, big screen, fast browser. And there is a dedicated WordPress application in the Android Market. It is a fully functional WordPress client. So here I am, with my first post, direct from my Android device. [.....]