ရြာသားမ်ား ႐ႈစားခံစားႏိုင္ဘို႕ ႏိုင္ငံတကာ က တံဆိပ္ေခါင္းမ်ားကို ဆက္လက္ျပီး တင္ဆက္လိုက္တာပါ၊

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အားက်စရာဘဲ၊ျမန္မာတို႕သူေဌးျဖစ္ႏိုင္တဲ့ နည္းတနည္း လို႕ ေျပာ ႏိုင္တယ္၊

အထင္ေသး ကဲ့ရဲ့စရာလဲ မလိုပါ၊၊ ဘာရရ အျမတ္ဘဲ မဟုတ္လား၊

မယုံမရွိနဲ႕ေအာက္နား က တိုင္ဝမ္တံဆိပ္ေခါင္း ေဟာင္း ကိုဆက္ၾကည့္ပါ၊

သူေ႒းျဖစ္လာရင္ ဒီက ေဂဇက္ရြာသားေတြကို မေမ့နဲ႕ေနာ္၊
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Guinea Conakry

Year of the Dragon stamps : Guinea Conakry YEAR OF DRAGON S/S stamps

Year of the Dragon stamps : Guinea Conakry YEAR OF DRAGON SHEETLET stamps

Ghana

Year of the Dragon stamps : Ghana YEAR OF DRAGON SHTLT stamps

Guyuna

Year of the Dragon stamps : Guyana YEAR OF DRAGON BLOCK stamps

Year of the Dragon stamps : Guyana YEAR OF DRAGON S/S stamps

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Taiwan

Taiwan

Year of the Dragon 2012 – Taiwan | Stamp News | Philately News | Postage Stamp | philately


1. NT$3.50 Stamp: Staring into each other’s eyes, this pair of dragons represents the idea of “belonging to each other” and symbolizes that “all one’s wishes will come true.”

2. NT$13.00 Stamp: Holding its head up high and ready to spring into action, the image of this dragon represents “pride” and symbolizes “joy and good health.”

3. NT$12.00 Souvenir Sheet: The image of a proud dragon soaring in the sky conveys the idea of “promotion” and “success.”

Philately news: Taiwan stamps 2011– Chinese new year of the Dragon 2012 | VIETNAM STAMPS FOR SALE

Taiwan’s Year of Dragon stamps for 2012 | Stamp News & New

twb

Taiwan 1999 Lunar China New Year Dragon S/S Zodiac 2000 | eBay

[W] Taiwan 1999 Zodiac Dragon Year SS Stamps Mint NH | eBay

 

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(၇) ခု တစံုကို ေဟာင္ေကာင္ ေဒၚလာ ၅၀၀၀၀၀ ( US ေဒၚလာ ၆၂၅၀၀ ခန္႕) နဲ႕ေလလံ တင္တာ

အ  ပါးပါး၊

ျမန္မာေငြ ဆိုရင္ အၾကမ္းဖ်ဥ္း သိေအာင္ ၈၀၀ နဲ႕တာ ေျမႇာက္ၾကည့္စမ္းပါ၊

 ျမန္မာတံဆိပ္ေခါင္း အေဟာင္း ေတြသြားရွာၾကေတာ့

လင့္ခ မ်ား ကို ဆက္သြယ္ၾက

အလိမ္မခံ ေပ်ာက္မသြား ေအာင္ ဓာတ္ပံုနဲ႕  Email  ပူးတြဲဖိုင္တြဲဘဲျပ ျပီး လုံျခဳံတဲ့စံနစ္နဲ႕ေရာင္း

Ebay အီးေဘး ေလလံစံနစ္နဲ႕ေရာင္းတတ္ေအာင္လုပ္ျပီးေရာင္း

Ebay အီးေဘး လုပ္တတ္တဲ့သူ အေပါင္းအသင္း (ဥပမာ မန္းေဂဇက္ သူၾကီး အ စ) ကိုခ်ဥ္းကပ္

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InterAsia Auctions

http://www.interasia-auctions.com/cgi-bin/lot_auc.php?site=1&lang=1&sale=23&lot=3363

 

Lot 3363

pastedGraphic.pdf

Taiwan, 1888 Horse and Dragon handstamped framed “Commercial Bureau West” surcharge in red 10c. on 20 cash red, an apparently imperforate example with sheet margin at top, possibly from one of the top corners of the sheet with perfs. trimmed on the other two sides, good impression of surcharge, very fine with much original gum, intriguing. Chan F23. 

Estimate HK$ 10,000 – 12,000 

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ေဟာင္ေကာင္ ေဒၚလာ ၁၀၀၀၀ – ၁၂၀၀၀ (US  ေဒၚလာ ၁၃၀၀ – ၁၅၀၀ ဝန္းက်င္ ) နဲ႕တန္ဘိုးျဖတ္ထား
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Paul Fraser Collectibles | Monkeys, horses and dragons… David Feldman’s Hong Kong stamp sale has it all

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Japan

Japan issued stamps Chinese new year of the Dragon 2012

Philately news:Japan issued stamps Chinese new year of the Dragon 2012 | VIETNAM STAMPS FOR SALE

The Hand Engraved Stamps of Japan


Stamps SSJP Scandinavian society for Japanese Philately

Japan 1976 China New Year of the Dragon Stamp Zodiac Animal | eBay

၁၈၇၁ က လက္ရာ၊ နဂါးတံဆိပ္ေခါင္း

 

ANIME NEWS: Japan Post to issue ‘Dragon Ball Kai’ stamps – AJW by The Asahi Shimbun

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၁၈၇၂ က လက္ရာ၊ နဂါးတံဆိပ္ေခါင္း

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 New Zealand

နယူး ဇီလန္ ဝန္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ John Key အပါအဝင္ Labor ပါတီေခါင္ေဆာင္ တို႕က တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူး မွာပါဝင္ဆင္ႏြဲ၊

အခမ္းအနားဖြင့္လွစ္

 

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StampNews.com : 2012 Year of the Dragon stamp issue by New Zealand

http://www.stampnews.com/stamps/stamps_2011/stamp_1324199450_726369.html

The 2012 Year of the Dragon stamp issue is certainly one to celebrate. The powerful dragon is the most vibrant of all 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac and when the Year of the Dragon begins on 23 January 2012, it will bring with it health, wealth, prosperity and success.

The dragon is an important ancient symbol for the Chinese people, and it is believed to ward off evil spirits. Everything connected with the dragon is thought to be blessed, which makes this lunar stamp issue particularly special. Not only do the stamps portray the dragon through different aspects of Chinese culture they also celebrate the growing multicultural society in New Zealand.

2012 Year of the Dragon – New Zealand | Stamp News | Philately News | Postage Stamp | philately

http://philatelynews.com/2012/new-zealand/2012-year-of-the-dragon-new-zealand/

The 2012 Year of the Dragon stamp issue is certainly one to celebrate. The powerfuldragon is the most vibrant of all 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac and when the Year of the Dragon begins on 23 January 2012, it will bring with it healthwealth, prosperity and success.

The dragon is an important ancient symbol for the Chinese people, and it is believed to ward off evil spirits. Everything connected with the dragon is thought to be blessed, which makes this lunar stamp issue particularly special.

60c – Year of the Dragon
Calligraphy is a traditional Chinese art form, and the Chinese character for ‘dragon’ expressed on the 60c stamp is from the Xi Xia Song stone monument. Carved in the ‘Lishu’ calligraphy style, the character has an authoritative feel that reflects the strength and confidence of those born in the year of the dragon.

$1.20 – Paper-cut Dragon
Paper-cutting is a much-loved Chinese folk art that became popular shortly afterpaper was invented. It is used for many Chinese weddings, ceremonies and festivals, and the skilfully crafted paper-cut dragon n the $1.20 stamp indicates prosperity, amiability and celebration.

$1.90 – Dragon Lantern
Chinese lanterns are an important part of Chinese New Year, and the Chinese Lantern Festival marks the end of the 15-day Chinese New Year celebrations. The dragon lantern featured on the $1.90 stamp was used in the Auckland Lantern Festival, which annually celebrates New Zealand’s multicultural society.

$2.40 – New Zealand Icon – Dunedin Railway Station
Situated in the South Island, Dunedin was one of the earliest settlements for Chinese immigrants in New Zealand. Over the centuries New Zealand has welcomed many different cultures and this is depicted by the pair of swallows on the $2.40 stamp, which in the Chinese culture symbolise hope, blessings and happiness in the land.



 

2012 Year of the Dragon | New Zealand Post Stamps

http://stamps.nzpost.co.nz/new-zealand/2012/year-of-the-dragon

Chinese New Year | John Key Opens Festival Celebrations… | Stuff.co.nz

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/6294421/John-Key-opens-Chinese-New-Year-festivities

 Red and gold, vibrant dragons have swept through Auckland, bringing good fortune in the Chinese New Year.

More than 20,000 Aucklanders are expected to celebrate the Year of the Dragon at the Chinese New Year Festival and Market Day at ASB Showgrounds today.

Aromas of sticky buns, dumplings and octopus skewers thickened the air.

The crowd was delighted by acrobatics, shadow puppets and 200 stalls selling traditional Chinese delicacies, food and drink, arts and crafts.

The Year of the Dragon is a particularly auspicious year and is meant to bring happiness and good fortune.

Wendy Diffey was among the huge crowd who brought  their children to the cultural event.

“It was just a something a bit different for the kids and a chance to for the see the Prime Minister,” she said.

Prime Minister John Key opened the festival, although looked slightly peculiar standing in his black suit as two dragons swirled behind him.

The Year of the Dragon would hopefully bring some good fortune to New Zealand after a year of disasters, including the Christchurch earthquakes, he said.

Key also acknowledged China as New Zealand’s second largest trading partner during his speech.

“The relationship between New Zealand and China has never been stronger.”

He finished with a mention of his infamous folly at Chinese New Year celebrations in 2009.

“I managed to fall off the stage and break my arm in three places, which is somewhat embarrassing.”

He commended the organisers for setting up extremely safe stairs this year.

“If I fall off it I’ll just be confirming I’m an idiot.”

Labour Party leader David Shearer was among a number of politicians who attended the celebration.

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တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူး နဂါးႏွစ္ ကို  နယူးဇီလန္ ပါလိမန္ လႊတ္ေတာ္မွာဆင္ႏြဲမယ္ 


နယူး ဇီလန္ က လူမ်ိဳးစု ေတြနဲ႕ဆက္ဆံ တဲ့ေနရာမွာ အားသန္တယ္၊ အေကာင္းဘက္ က ေန ျမင္တယ္လို႕

လူမ်ိဳးစု ေရးရာ ဝန္ၾကီး  Judith Collins ေကာလင္း က ေျပာ တာ



နယူးဇီလန္ႏိုင္ငံရဲ့စီးပြါးေရး ကို ပိုမို အားေကာင္း ေတာင့္တင္းေအာင္

တ႐ုပ္အႏြယ္ဘြား ေတြကလုပ္ေဆာင္ေပးတယ္၊

စီးပြါးေရး အလြန္အားေကာင္းေနတဲ့ တ႐ုပ္ႏိုင္ငံ နဲ႕ဆက္သြယ္ေပးႏိုင္ၾကတယ္

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Office of Ethnic Affairs – Year of the Dragon to be celebrated at Parliame

http://www.ethnicaffairs.govt.nz/oeawebsite.nsf/wpg_URL/Whats-Happening-Message-Board-Year-of-the-Dragon-to-be-celebrated-at-Parliament?OpenDocument

Year of the Dragon to be celebrated at Parliament

The Chinese Year of the Dragon will be celebrated at Parliament on 8 February 2012 at an event hosted by the new Minister for Ethnic Affairs, Hon Judith Collins.

The dragon is considered to be the mightiest of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs and festivals welcoming the auspicious year are expected to be especially well attended and embraced.

The Prime Minister, Rt Hon John Key will join around two hundred people at the function.

They will witness the traditional lion dance, in which Mr Key will place a red envelope in the lion’s mouth as a symbol of good luck, prosperity and to dispel evil spirits.

The Director of the Office of Ethnic Affairs, Mervin Singham says celebrating cultural festivals such as Chinese New Year reflects New Zealand’s strong and positive relationship with its ethnic communities.

Ms Collins says the Chinese community adds strength to the New Zealand economy through its entrepreneurial spirit and its links back to the economic power house of the Asia Pacific region.

“The traits associated with this year of the Dragon include being innovative, enterprising, flexible, self-assured, brave, and passionate. These are exactly the traits that all of us need to build a bright and prosperous future.”

2012 also marks the 40th anniversary of New Zealand’s diplomatic relationship with China.

It is a relationship that was cemented when New Zealand became the first western nation to negotiate a Free Trade Agreement with Beijing in 2010.

Mr Singham says engaging with ethnic communities helps inform New Zealand’s relationship with its trading partners and fosters trade links and economic growth.

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