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Southeast Asia Quilt Name of Assigned Country Myanmar 1. Use the internet and the textbook to gather information about your country in each of the following categories. Write the information below. a. Physical Geography (include how they affect the population-i.e. Settlement, clothing, etc.) -Important Land and Water Features -Climate- Tropical climate -Natural Resources b. Human Geography -Language(s)- Burmese -Population- 53.37 million (2017), 54,144,726 (2019) -Food- Thoke (salad), Mandalay Mee Shay (rice noodles with pork) -Religion(s)- Nat worship, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism -Holidays/Celebrations- March 2: Peasants’ Day (honouring Myanmar’s working class), December 3: National Day (celebrates the first student protest against the colonial government in 1920) c. Government and Economy
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Unformatted text preview: -Explain type of government- The type of goverment in Myanmar is Republic. Its republic becayse its under the constitution of 2008. It holds a large amount of power in the government-Explain economic system- Myanmar's economy, based on the kyat (the national currency), is one of the least developed of the region and is basically agricultural.-Leader(s) of the country (Who holds the power?)- Aung San Suu Kyi d. Tourism-Cool places to visit and things to see- Shwedagon Pagoda, Hot Air Balloon in Bagan, Fire Balloon Festival in Taungyyi 2. Draw a “quilt sheet” that looks like our graphic organizer. Write the name of your country in the middle space of the quilt sheet. 3. In each space include: a. Information about one of the categories b. At least 1 related color illustration or symbol...
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