Myanmar in Asia

In Myanmar, Interfaith Cooperation works with local partners to support young women and men in holding governments accountable for improving their access to public services, particularly health and education. Population: 55,622,506 million inhabitants (2018) Proportion of the population below the poverty line: 25.6% (estimate 2016) GDP per capita: $ 6.3 (2017) Reading and writing skills: […]

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East Timor History

East Timor History

Tourism According to allcountrylist, tourism is to be developed into an important source of income for the country in the future. For this purpose, the tourist development of scenic coastal areas such as those near Baucau and the island of Ataúro has been planned. Transportation The road network (around 2,600 km paved) is wide-meshed; There […]

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Saudi Arabia Literature

Saudi Arabia Literature Developments since around 1850

The literary and cultural renewal began with the more intensive contacts to the western European colonial powers in the 19th century, which emerged after Napoleon Bonaparte’s campaign in Egypt (1798-1801) developed. Book printing, in Egypt since 1824 (in other countries, with the exception of small Christian presses, later), enabled the further distribution of classical works […]

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Japan Culture

Japan Culture

Universally identified with the Far East, or more properly with “the roots of the Sun”, as the two ideograms indicate that make up the name of the country, Japan has for centuries nurtured a very special fascination in Western imagery and culture, thanks, on the one hand, to the condition of extreme remoteness and, on […]

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OSAKA

Osaka Travel Guide

Osaka is the food capital of Japan. Osaka, Japan’s third largest city, is huge in population, fascinating in its various districts and impressive in its food and beverage offerings. From the former capital to the metropolis of millions According to DigoPaul, the city of Osaka, then still known as Naniwa, was founded nearly 1,500 years ago. […]

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