She introduced herself and said, “My name is Ｗaddy. Nice to meet you.”She is a young girl with pretty shining eyes.
In developing country such as Myanmar, many Japanophiles has been appeared in the media almost every day talking about the economc links between Japan and Myanmar.
Party The LND which Aung San Suu Kyi leads won the last national election. The democratization proces will advance strongly.
Her home town, La Shio city is located in the northern part of Myanmar, requiring 12 hours by bus to get the new capital city of Naypyidaw, 15 hours by bus to the old capital of Yan Gon. It is surprised that such a young girl like Ｗaddy travelled from Myanmar to Japan by herself. What an amazing feat!
Myanmar route bus
Her father owns an automobile factory. Her eldest brother runs a car sales and repair shop and her oldest sister runs a car parts shop in Naypyidaw. Her whole family is related to the car business.
In May 2011, when I visited Myanmar, I meet this family and became closed friends.
Factory of the older brother in Naypyidaw
making this jeep in the factory of father
An older brother and our president
Ｗaddy will go back to Myanmar after she studys Japanese language and culture. She would like to do a job related to automobiles in future.
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