Myanmar to construct railroad to link deep-sea port with China

Oct 17, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: People's Daily Online

Myanmar has planned to construct a railroad that will link a deep-sea port, Kyaukphyu, in western Rakhine state with Kunming, southwest of China, the local Weekly Eleven News reported Saturday.

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boondock saint

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Oct 17, 2010
 
I will cover this one, go china.
FOR REAL

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Oct 17, 2010
 
About time you came to your senses, boonie! Help yourself to some bubble tea in the cooler.
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Oct 17, 2010
 
boondock saint wrote:
I will cover this one, go china.
plus ill take your daughters.. I like my women to be stupid
boondock saint

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Oct 17, 2010
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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plus ill take your daughters.. I like my women to be stupid
I've only had one daughter and she passed away at one month old, is that the one you want ?
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Oct 17, 2010
 
boondock saint wrote:
<quoted text>I've only had one daughter and she passed away at one month old, is that the one you want ?
well im really sorry to hear that...

I also fell bad that

your a

friken RETARD
boondock saint

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Oct 17, 2010
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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well im really sorry to hear that...
I also fell bad that
your a
friken RETARD
No surprise here, typical response from a guy with moral's that went from, "it's time we chinese stand up and fight against the racism" to " having raped two women, one white, one black, kicked pregnent women in the belly for fun(unknown amount), stomped disabled vet's in wheelchair's for fun(unknown amount), easy to think a guy like this is highly intelligent.
Tien Huang

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Oct 18, 2010
 
This is good for the trade between the two countries.
Winnie Wu

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Oct 21, 2010
 
Yes, that means two country people will know each other more and more.

And two country people can travel a lot...if i start kunming to Myanmar, that is wil be more easy, I like all asia friend, Thailand Myanmar , you are the best and nice people on earth.
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Oct 21, 2010
 
Winnie Wu, do you need language classes? We have lots of private language academies here in California. Come here and learn English, we can find a spot for you on our next movie.
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Oct 22, 2010
 
Singapore

Chinese Singaporeans are people of Chinese descent who are born in or immigrated to Singapore and have attained citizenship or permanent residence status. As of 2009, Chinese Singaporeans constitute 74.2% of Singapore's resident population, or approximately three out of four Singaporeans, making them the largest ethnic group in Singapore.

Singapore's standard of living has risen dramatically. Foreign direct investment and a state-led drive to industrialization based on plans drawn up by the Dutch economist Albert Winsemius have created a modern economy focused on industry, education and urban planning.[11] Singapore is the 5th wealthiest country in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) per capita.[12] As of January 2009, Singapore's official reserves stand at US$170.3 billion.

Thailand

about 14% of Thailand's population claim to be of Chinese ethnicity.[3] Extensive intermarriages with the Thais, especially in the past has resulted in many people who claim Chinese ethnicity with Thai ancestry, or mixed.[4] People of Chinese descent are concentrated in the coastal areas of Thailand, principally Bangkok.[5] They are well-represented in all levels of Thai society and play a leading role in business and politics.

Myanmar

The Burmese Chinese dominate the Burmese economy although many enterprises today are co-owned by the military. Moreover, the Burmese Chinese have a disproportionately large presence in Burmese higher education, and make up a high percentage of the educated class in Burma.

Philippines

The Chinese in the Philippines are mostly business owners and their life centers mostly in the family business. These mostly small or medium enterprises play a significant role in the Philippine economy. A handful of these entrepreneurs run large companies and are respected as some of the most prominent business tycoons in the Philippines. Chinese Filipinos attribute their success in business to frugality and hard work, Confucian values and their traditional Chinese customs and traditions. They are very business-minded and entrepreneurship is highly valued and encouraged among the young

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