ယူေကဝန္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ Cameronရဲ့ႏွုတ္ခြန္းဆက္ သဝဏ္လႊာ



Chinese New Year 2013 – YouTube




Published on Feb 6, 2013

Message from Prime Minister David Cameron to mark the Chinese New Year.


တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူးမွာမိမိက ႏွုတ္ခြန္းဆက္ ဆုေတာင္းေပးပါေၾကာင္း၊

ယူေကနဲ႕တ႐ုပ္ႏိုင္ငံ ႏွစ္ႏိုင္ငံအၾကား ဆက္ဆံေရးနဲ႕ကုန္သြယ္ေရးေတြဟာ

တေန႕တျခားတိုးတက္ခိုင္မာ နက္႐ိႈင္းလာေၾကာင္း၊

“I want to send my very best wishes to everyone celebrating the Chinese New Year – in Britain, in China and all around the world. Britain’s links with China are becoming ever stronger and ever deeper. We are on course to record our best ever year of trade, up more than 7 per cent in the first half of 2012 alone.


 ဥေရာပတိုက္ EU ႏိုင္ငံေတြအနက္ ယူေကႏိုင္ငံရဲ့ စီးပြါးေရးစံနစ္က 

အပြင့္လင္းဆုံး ႏိုင္ငံျဖစ္ေၾကာင္း၊

  ယူေကကိုလာျပီး အရင္းအႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံဘို႕ၾကိဳဆိုပါေၾကာင္းကို

မိမိက တ႐ုပ္ႏိုင္ငံသားေငြရွင္ေတြအားအသိေပးလိုတာပါ၊


Britain today accounts for around a tenth of all Chinese foreign investment. And as the most open economy in Europe. I want Chinese investors to know that Britain will remain a voice for openness and a force against protectionism in the European Union now and in the years ahead.




ဒီေန႕ဆိုရင္ယူေကမွာတ႐ုပ္ပညာသင္ေက်ာင္းသား တစ္သိန္းရွိျပီး

တ႐ုပ္ျပည္သြား ယူေကေက်ာင္းသားက ၃၀၀၀ ရွိေၾကာင္း


But Britain’s ties with China are about more than a great relationship between our businesses. They are about the relationship between our peoples and our governments too. Today there are more than 100,000 mainland Chinese and Hong Kong students in Britain and more than 3,000 British students in China.

And as we welcome in the Year of the Snake, the celebrations here in Britain will remind us once again of the richness of Chinese culture and the incredible contribution that our Chinese communities make here in Britain. Our two countries are also working together in new and ever more innovative ways. For example, on international development, where Britain is the first Western country to agree a partnership with China on tackling poverty around the world. So I look forward to working with China’s new leadership.

General Secretary Xi Jingping recently wrote to tell me that with joint efforts on both sides UK-China relations will continue to forge ahead. I share that determination. I look forward to working closely with China’s leaders and people to realise our shared dreams, and I hope that the year of the Snake can be a great year for Britain, for China and for us all.

Xin Nian Kuai Le! [Happy New Year]”



Prime Minister’s speech to Chinese New Year reception



Wednesday 13 February 2013

PM recognises Britain’s ‘highly successful’ Chinese community and celebrates UK-China relations at a Chinese New Year Downing Street reception

“There’s a very deep and rich relationship between Britain and China, and it’s that relationship that we are celebrating tonight. Of course we’re also celebrating the Year of the Snake.

“I’m very proud of the fact that I led a huge trade and diplomacy mission to China after becoming Prime Minister to strengthen the relations between our two countries.

“And I think it really is an important relationship. A relationship of trade and investment, and I’m delighted to see that again trade is up double digits between Britain and China over the last year. I’m delighted to see that investment both ways is growing strongly. I’m very proud that we welcome Chinese companies to invest here in Britain. It’s great to see so many Chinese banks making their European headquarters here in the United Kingdom. And I want to see this investment grow between Britain and China. 

“But I think there’s so much more to our relationship, so many more ways that we can expand. The phrase that we’ve used is ‘partners for growth’: two economies at different stages of development but with so much that we can do together; so much that we can do in education. I’m very proud of the fact that there are many British students studying in China and hugely proud that Chinese students choose Britain to come to our universities. 

“And because sometimes people think that they get a mixed message about how open Britain is, I want to absolutely put on record tonight, that there is no limit on the number of Chinese students who can come and study at British universities; all that is required is a basic English language qualification and a place at a university. There is no limit. And what’s more there is no limit on the number of Chinese students that can stay and work in Britain as a graduate job contributing to our economy and forging links between Britain and China for the future. 

“I think there are many more ways in which Britain and China can collaborate. We can work together in the healthcare sector; we can work together in financial services. There are huge cultural links between our countries, and I want to see all of those grow and be cherished.



ယူေကေနတ႐ုပ္အႏြယ္ေတြက ယူေကႏိုင္ငံကိုမ်ားစြာအက်ိဳးျပဳၾကေၾကာင္းကိုလဲ 

မိမိက အသိအမွတ္ျပဳ ဂုဏ္ျပဳပါေၾကာင္း



I also want to pay tribute to the immense contribution that the Chinese population plays right here in Britain. It’s a small population, but it’s a population that is hugely successful, having all of the most important values: a belief in hard work, a belief in family, a belief in community, a belief in enterprise. 


“I’m very committed to expanding the British/China relationship. I see huge opportunities for that expansion to take place. We’re also linked by the two greatest Olympics of the last 100 years. The Chinese set an incredibly high standard to meet and I think we can say that we met it and we should celebrate together two extraordinary Olympics and Paralympics that made the world watch what a great country China is and also watch what a great country the United Kingdom is. 

“So thank you all for coming tonight, Xin niam kuai le! Happy New Year!”


BBC ဘီဘီစီကပံုေတြပါ

ကမ္ဘာအရပ္ရပ္က တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူးပြဲ


BBC News – In pictures: Lunar New Year celebrations



BBC News – Chinese Year of Snake celebrations in Asia


……Before Saturday’s celebrations began, Communist Party chief Xi Jinping, who will become president in March, paid a visit to subway construction workers in Beijing to thank them for their service.

“Migrant workers have been the labour force behind China’s reform and opening up… so we must look after you properly,” he said. “I hope the construction firm has organised some new year entertainment for you so you can have a happy holiday.”

Premier Wen Jiabao, who steps down in March, meanwhile celebrated the evening with victims of earthquakes and landslides in western China, state TV reported.


In Taiwan, President Ma Ying-jeou handed out traditional red envelopes containing money – in this case one Taiwanese dollar ($0.03; £0.02) – to people at a temple in Taipei.

Fireworks were also let off in Sydney.

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard wished the 900,000 Australians of Chinese descent a “healthy and prosperous Year of the Snake” on Twitter.


 လန္ဒန္ Telegraphသတင္းစာ က ပံုေတြပါ

ကမ္ဘာအရပ္ရပ္က တ႐ုပ္ႏွစ္သစ္ကူးပြဲ




Video: Chinese New Year: predictions for 2013, the Year of the Snake – Telegraph




Video: Lunar New Year celebrations from around the world – Telegraph






BBC News – In pictures: Lunar New Year’s Eve



 တရြာလုံးကလယ္သမားေတြကလဲ သူ႕လိုလိုက္လုပ္ၾကတာ




Profits rise in China’s ‘snake village’ of Zisiqiao

It is a sleepy village with a deadly secret. A couple of decades ago, locals in Zisiqiao made a living from farming and fishing.



US  က Wall Street Journal သတင္းစာ က ပံုေတြပါ


The Year of the Snake Draws Hisses—And Yawns – WSJ.com


A year ago, the parade float celebrated the Year of the Dragon with lots of dragons. 


 US  က Huffington Post သတင္းစာ က ပံုေတြပါ

Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia  ပံုေတြပါဝင္တာပါ


Year Of The Snake 2013: Chinese Celebrate Lunar New Year (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)



Devotees light candles at the Lungshan Temple on the eve of the Chinese lunar new year in Taipei, Taiwan, Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. The Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 10 this year, marking the Year of Snake in the Chinese calendar. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Performers take part in a dragon dance on the eve of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Snake, in China town in Manila on February 9, 2013. The Dragon Dance is usually performed during the Chinese New Year to bring in good luck and prosperity as billions of Chinese world wide celebrate Lunar New Year of the Snake on February 10. AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP/Getty Images)


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တံတိုင္ခပ္ျမင့္ျမင့္ေတြအေပၚကေနျပီး ပညာပါပါနဲ႕  ခဲရာခဲဆစ္

ခုန္ေပါက္ ျမဴတူးတဲ့ ျခင္ေသ့ နဲ႕ အတြင္းကဝိုင္းေတာ္သားႏွစ္ဦး




Chinese New Year in London 2013 – visitlondon.com



Treasures of the National Palace Museum, Taipei at Asia House – Things to Do – visitlondon.com







Chinese New Year Celebrations at National Maritime Museum – Things to Do – visitlondon.com


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