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Burma is a tropical country with an 85 Celsius average heat The Second most isolated country on the planet In our world corporate influences are everywhere in Burma corporate influence is not there yet This isolation lets you see a culture that is somewhat intact The culture that you see is one that thrives off the land and that thrives off of almost no modern technology There are some transportation systems as far as technology goes there the recourses are limited When someone sees Burma they see a country that is quiet Being in this country its as though youre in another world Location of Burma is between India china and Thailand From a plane the land scape that you can see glittering temples and lots of awesome stuff Burma had a very good long kingdom in the past Well at the ground level there is more conflict than you can ever imagine There is a whole other side behind what is seen Burmas unbelievable past In the early 1800s the British came to Burma They eventually forced their culture on Burma Their norms and what they wanted The British ruined everything In 1886 the king and queen forced people from India to leave Burma The impact affected the entire country It was a blow to the national pride Burma had been concurred by another nation this nation was called Burma because of the British After the uprising the new government changes a lot of names British changed the names as a way to try and confuse people of Burma As a result of the impact Burma is now in its current state of economics In January of 1948 the union jack came down This was the start of Burma as an independent place The day that this happened the Military leader was shot When this happened there was a need for a strong person in
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