From this high tower you can enjoy this view of the incredible royal palace; as we can see, in reality it is not a palace but a real citadel inhabited by royalty and the whole court. 59 more words
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As the editor, I would like to express my gratitude to the director of HEC and the editor in chief Fr. Neil Magill who also did intensive proof reading for all pieces, HEC student and teacher writers, poets and cartoonists, voluntary typist and graphic design group led by Lawrence, various readers around the globe and to our benefactors who support everything for HEC including this magazine. 9 more words
We started our new 8th. academic year on January 8th, with 117 students. Thankfully, we could accept 50 into our first year class.
Time flies and we are already into the Mandalay summer heat with eager mosquitoes trying to suck our blood and make life uncomfortable. 257 more words
After having spent a couple of days in Mandalay, I was very excited to head out to my top destination in Myanmar, Bagan. It is a place that I’ve been dreaming about with some kind of distant awe for years, ever since having seen the epic pictures of the temples of Bagan lit in a phenomenal red sunrise, viewed from a balloon, that has been spread around on the internet, and by magazines like National Geographic etc. 3,389 more words