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My theme this year is Burma AKA Myanmar. I used to live in Laos, so this was a return to Southeast Asia that I looked forward to. I spent a little over three weeks exploring this country, learning a bit about its culture: its history, religion, and language. I thought others might enjoy some of what I learned and see some of what I saw.
The Burmese have been fishing this way for centuries. The fisherman manages the paddle with one foot to position his boat over the fish, and when he's ready, he drops that large net into the water. Fun to watch. He must have great leg muscles to do this for hours everyday.
Answers to E: What do you know about how Burma and its environment?
F 1. One recommendation by policy makers is to stop foreign investors from investing in Burma's energy sector.
F 2. Burma has no Asian elephants in undeveloped areas. (They have between 1,300 and 5,000 Asian elephants. Also about 85 tigers.)
NOW what do you know about fishing in Burma?
T/F 1. The Burma Banks boasts marlin of up to 1,200 pounds.
T/F 2. Burma has little or no licensing system like other countries in that region.