A region of India formerly a colonial possession of the English Empire, currently known as Myanmar.
A small town in Burma with a population of four thousand. A backwater until 1910, it was selected as a District Headquarters and also received a rail terminus.
A small local newspaper printed in Burmese and English, with poor production quality, printed on paper of the lowest grade.
Kyauktada European Club
The social hub of Kyauktada and therefore of prime political significance, it boasts only seven exclusively English members as subjects which are now under debate.
Pagodas are religious structures of worship akin to Buddhist shrines, sometimes built as atonement for sin.
A mixture of leaves and other materials frequently chewed by Burmese individuals, notably U Po Kyin.
White Man's Burden
The title of an English language poem by Rudyard Kipling, originally published in 1899, implying that it...
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