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    • Japan-Myanmar Collaboration on Conservation and Preservation of Cultural Heritages in Myanmar 

      Mr. Ide ....[et al] (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      To know about libraries collections and to preserve and conserve of libraries material to participants of the Japan-Myanmar Symposium on the Digitization and Conservation of Myanmar Old Manuscripts. As we all know it is ...
    • Japanese Public Libraries of Today 

      Yoshie Kato (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      To know about libraries collections and to preserve and conserve of libraries materials.
    • Myanmar Traditional Medicine on Palm-leaf Manuscripts Collected in Universities' Central Library 

      Daw Yu Yu Tin (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      At the eras of birth of Myanmar Traditional medicine, Bagan and Tagaung, Myanmar used Palm-leaf and Parabaik Manuscripts to document medicinal matters. Myanmar traditional Medicine treatise appeared along with the historical ...
    • Necessity of Preserving our Tangible Heritage Manuscripts 

      Daw Khin Lay Soe (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      Like other countries of Asia, Myanmar has thousands of manuscripts written on paper (parabaik) and palm leaf all over the country. Palm leaf, one of the medium of written text, is the most popular material in Southeast ...
    • Palm-leaf : the ancient writing medium of Myanmar 

      U Maung Maung Thein; U Thein Lwin (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      Today paper is the most widely used for writing and printing, as well as for painting. However, before paper was introduced there were several mediums like wooden panels, birch bark, palm-leaf, leather, parchment and so ...
    • Preservation and Conservation of Ancient Myanmar Manuscripts 

      Ms. Tin Phone Nwe (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      Myanmar has valuable historical and literary materials in traditional texts and different kinds of medium used for the written records of the past. They are: Stone Inscriptions, Palm-leaf Manuscripts, Parabaiks (Handmade ...
    • Preservation and Conservation of Palm Leaf Manuscripts Collected from Mingin District, Sagaing Region 

      Dr.Kay Thi Htwe (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      The holdings of libraries, museums, archives, and other documentation centres are the priceless heritage of mankind. Not only in the context ancient lore but also in the context of medieval and modern age, manuscripts are ...
    • The Causes of Deterioration and Preventive Measures for Traditional Manuscripts 

      Daw Myo (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      Traditional Manuscripts are handwritten document in script surfaced in early (4) century till the (19) century. These handwritten documents reflect the rich cultural heritage high intellectual attainment of the Myanmar, ...
    • Treasures of the National Library of Myanmar MS 

      Ms. Mya Oo (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      The National Library of Myanmar inherited over 5600 volumes of palm-leaf manuscripts from the Bernard Free Library. The manuscript collection of the Bernard Free Library was enriched when it bought two very important ...
    • Unearthed Story of Myanmar History: Preserving Myanmar Manuscripts 

      Dr. Thaw Kaung (University of Yangon, 2016-12-13)
      Myanmar has a long tradition of preserving palm-leaf and paper manuscripts in libraries and repositories. We probably learnt the art of writing and of using palm-leaf as a medium with the introduction of Buddhism from India ...