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Tutoring by the Ayeyarwady - Mandalay (Burma)
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Tutoring by the Ayeyarwady - Mandalay (Burma)
Description: People in developing countries rarely have the chance to rely on a social safety net in case something happens. Hence the extreme importance of family and community links. Burma is no exception. The Burmese family, structured by a series of codes of duties and respect between husband and wife, parents and children, provides the core of everyone?s existence, the main provider of care and support. Children are especially cherished. Parents sacrifice much for the happiness of their offspring. In the Bamar tradition, children are ?Yadana?, or ?treasure?. In return, children traditionally take care of their parents when it is time to retire.
Keywords: Burma, Myanmar, Mandalay, Rangoon, Cocoon, father, daughter, lesson, story, book, tatoo
Date: 10.05.2010 23:10
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Added by: Brice Richard

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Copyright Notice: Brice Richard 2009
Keywords: Asia, Burma, ethnocultural, June 21, Rangoon, Southeast asia
City: Rangoon
Country: Burma

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