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    • Dragon Sym bolism and Notion of Cosmology in Medieval Japan 

      Le Le Wynn (ZEAMI _ Art and Culture of Medieval Japan_(Special Issue), 2003)
      In Medieval Japan, we can study the individual characteristics of the Dragon Symbol which unite the characters of good and evil, or deity and devil Actually, a noteworthy aspect of the Dragon Symbol in this era is its ...
    • The Recovery of Artistic Representation Focus on the Myanmar films under the regime of colonial government and military government 

      Le Le Wynn (The Research Proceedings of Culture and Representation Department, 2003)
      In this paper, two significant films which have been shown in Myanmar cinema during the periods of before the World War II and 1970's. It was divided into two periods of Myanmar films in order to discuss the main theme of ...
    • The Concept of ‘Li’ in Confucius’ Social Ethics 

      Toe Nilar (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2011)
      This paper is an attempt to investigate why the concept of li in Confucianism plays an important role in Chinese society. The research methods, which will be used, are the descriptive method and the evaluative method. The ...
    • Study on DDC classification numbers in Buddhism expanded for specific areas of pagodas and temples in Myanmar 

      Saw Mya Kyi Tha (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science (MAAS), 2010)
      The main objective of this paper is to identify classification numbers expanded the specific areas for Buddhist pagoda abd temples in Myanmar. Even in the current Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme, the class numbers ...
    • Analytical Study on the Publications edited and published by the Burma [Myanmar] Research Society 

      Ni Win Zaw (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science (MAAS), 2010)
      The Burma Research Society (BRS) was founded on 29th. March 1910 and had a programmee to Publish, in printed book-form, important texts from Myanmar palm-leaf and parabike paper manuscripts. The BRS did most valuable work ...
    • Analytical Study on the Quality of Some Natural Oils used in Preservation of Ancient Myanmar Pe' (Palm - leaves) 

      Ni Ni Aye (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science (MAAS), 2010)
      In Myanmar, there are many ancient manuscripts, such as Pe', parabeik, minza kaunglaungza and so on. There life-span generally have been as long as nearly 300 years. Pe' can easily be brittle and/or ruined due to the weather ...
    • A Composition Analysis on Myanmar Personal Author Names 

      Thein Shwe (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science (MAAS), 2010)
      In Cataloguing of Myanmar personal author names,there are some problems in identifying the name element which is to be applied as a heading in cataloguing. Having no tradition of using a family name, but assuming many ...
    • Effect of Annealing Temperature on Photovoltaic Parameters of Al doped ZnO Thin Film Solar Cell 

      Thida Win; Than Than Win; Yin Maung Maung; Ko Ko Kyaw Soe (PCO Proceeding 2013 based on AIP Guide, 2013)
      Al doped ZnO nanoparticles were prepared by mechanochemical milling process. Al doped ZnO (AZO) films were deposited onto p-Si substrates using spin coating technique. X-ray diffraction (XRD) technique was employed to ...
    • Investigation of suitable body parts for wearable vibration feedback in walking navigation 

      Nem Khan Dim; Ren, Xiangshi (International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2017)
      Many studies have demonstrated the benefits of wearable vibration devices for walking navigation (TsukadaandYasumura,2004). Despite the potential benefits, suitable body parts for wearable vibration devices have not been ...
    • Designing Mid-Air TV Gestures for Blind People Using User and Choice-Based Elicitation Approaches 

      Nem Khan Dim; Silpasuwanchai, Chaklam; Sarcar, Sayan; Ren, Xiangshi (Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 2016)
      Mid-air gestures enable intuitive and natural interactions. However, few studies have investigated the use of mid-air gestures for blind people. TV interactions are one promising use of mid-air gestures for blind people, ...
    • An Exploratory Study of Marking Menu Selection by Visually Impaired Participants 

      Nem Khan Dim; Kim, Kibum; Ren, Xiangshi (School of Information, Kochi University of Technology, Kochi, Japan, 2017)
      Although there have been recent advances in smartphone accessibility for blind people, they rely on screen readers and voice commands which are not ideal for users with visual impairment in mobile situations. By contrast, ...
    • Designing motion marking menus for people with visual impairments 

      Nem Khan Dim; Kim, Kibum; Ren, Xiangshi (International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2017)
      Current smartphone accessibility for people with visual impairments relies largely on screen readers and voice commands. However, voice commands and screen readers are often not ideal because users with visual impairments ...
    • Designing Motion Gesture Interfaces in Mobile Phones for Blind People 

      Nem Khan Dim; Ren, Xiangshi (Journal of Computer Science And Technology, 2014)
      Despite the existence of advanced functions in smartphones, most blind people are still using old-fashioned phones with familiar layouts and dependence on tactile buttons. Smartphones support accessibility features including ...
    • Suitable Body Parts for Vibration Feedback in Walking Navigation Systems 

      Machida, Taiga; Nem Khan Dim; Ren, Xiangshi (CHI '15 Proceedings of the Third International Symposium of Chinese CHI, 2015)
      Walking navigation systems are improving in accuracy, and user reliance on such systems is increasing. However, most of these systems rely on visual and audio information which may not always be convenient and sufficient ...
    • Myanmar’s post-Election Foreign Policy 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (2016)
      This paper’s main objective is to explore the likely direction of Myanmar’s foreign policy after the historic election won by the National League for Democracy (NLD) led by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Laureate, a democratic ...
    • Myanmar’s Perspective of "One Belt, One Road" 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (2015)
      Myanmar’s reforms during the five-year term of President U Thein Sein have indicated her reintegration into the international community. Myanmar’s future directions also opened new opportunities for her to cooperate with ...
    • Myanmar-India Interactions in the context of dynamic international environment 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (The Global New Light of Myanmar, 2017)
      Strategic interactions between rising India and changing Myanmar are the two interesting players to shape the twenty-first century Asia since Asia has been assumed as an important region for global development economically ...
    • Myanmar Foreign Policy under New Government 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (Myanmar: Reintegrating into the International Community, 2016)
      After opening up in 2011 with new civilian government, international community has been busy eying on Myanmar's transition, how she will continue her democratization process and in which way she will diversify her foreign ...
    • Institutions in Myanmar’s 2015 Election 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (Conflict in Myanmar, 2016)
      Myanmar successfully held an historic general election on 8 November 2015 under President U Thein Sein’s government. Local people as well as the international community welcomed the election outcome, where the NLD won by ...
    • Global Overview and Myanmar Democratic Transition 

      Chaw Chaw Sein (The Global New Light of Myanmar, 2017)
      Myanmar transition since 2010 is praised as “Myanmar spring” by the international media due to its smooth democratization process. The 2015 post election of Myanmar is again praised by the international community for two ...