Burma–China relations
Bilateral relations with the People's Republic of China are foreign relations between China and Burma.
Burma was the first non-Communist country to recognize the Communist-led People's Republic of...
Burma–China relations - Wikipedia
Hkakabo Razi
Hkakabo Razi (Burmese: ခါကာဘိုရာဇီ, [kʰàkàbò ɹàzì]; simplified Chinese: 开加博峰; traditional Chinese: 開加博峰; pinyin: Kāijiābó Fēng) is Burma's highest mountain, and the highest mountain in...
Loletta Chu
Loletta Chu (born 1960 in Mandalay, Burma) is a Chinese beauty pageant titleholder. She was the winner of the 1977 Miss Hong Kong Pageant.
Chu was born in Mandalay, Burma in 1958 into an ethnical...
Pheung Kya-shin
Pheung Kya-shin (Chinese: 彭家声; pinyin: Péng Jiāshēng, Burmese: ဖုန်းကြားရှင်) was the chairman of the Kokang Special Region in Burma (Myanmar) and a leader of the Kokang people's army, the...
Wendy Law-Yone
Wendy Law-Yone ([lɔ́ jòʊɴ]; born 1947) is the critically acclaimed Burmese-born American author of A Daughter's Memoir of Burma (Columbia University Press, 2014), Golden Parasol (Chatto & Windus, ...
Ne Win
Ne Win (Burmese: နေဝင်း [ne wɪɴ]; 14 May 1910 – 5 December 2002) was a Burmese politician and military commander. He was Prime Minister of Burma from 1958 to 1960 and 1962 to 1974 and also head of...
Ne Win - Wikipedia
Yang Mao-liang
Yang Mao-liang (Burmese: ရန်မိုးလျံ) (also spelled Yang Mouliang) is a high-ranking member of the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA). He was ousted by Feng Jiasheng from MNDAA and K...
Chan Chor Khine
Chan Chor Khain (born: Rangoon, Burma) was a Burmese-Chinese businessman, land-owner, investor and philanthropist.
Chan was born in 1886 to self-made millionaire father Chan Mah Phee and his mothe...
Chan Chor Khine - Wikipedia
Edward Michael Law-Yone
Edward Michael Law-Yone ([lɔjòʊɴ], nicknamed Ed Law-Yone; February 5, 1911 – June 27, 1980) was a Burmese journalist and official of Burma and then of the Burmese government-in-exile, as well as...
Sino-Burma pipelines
Sino-Burma pipelines refers to planned oil and natural gas pipelines linking Burma's deep-water port of Kyaukphyu (Sittwe) in the Bay of Bengal with Kunming in Yunnan province of China.
Talks betw...
Xu Simin
Tsui Sze Man (Chinese: 徐四民; pinyin: Xú Sìmín, 3 July 1914 – 9 September 2007) was a pro-Beijing loyalist and magazine publisher based in Hong Kong. He was nicknamed "Big Cannon Tsui" for...
List of Burmese Chinese
The following is a list of Burmese Chinese (Chinese of Burmese descent).
List of Burmese Chinese - Wikipedia
Zhang Xin (businesswoman)
Zhang Xin (simplified Chinese: 张欣; traditional Chinese: 張欣; pinyin: Zhāng Xīn, born 1965) is a Chinese business magnate. She is Co-Founder and CEO of SOHO China, the largest commercial rea...
Zhang Xin (businesswoman) - Wikipedia
Sino-Burmese War (1765–69)
The Sino-Burmese War (Chinese: 中緬戰爭 or 清緬戰爭; Burmese: တရုတ်-မြန်မာ စစ် (၁၇၆၅–၆၉)), also known as the Qing invasions of Burma or the Myanmar campaign of the Qing dynasty, was a war fought betwe...
Sino-Burmese War (1765–69) - Wikipedia
Kyaw Myint
U Kyaw Myint (Burmese: ကျော်မြင့်;born c. 1945) also known as May Flower Kyaw Win is a noted Burmese businessman and political figure. He is one of the wealthiest tycoons in Burma and is one of th...
Aw Boon Par
Aw Boon-Par (Chinese: 胡文豹; pinyin: Hú Wénbào; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hô͘ Bûn-pà; 1888 in Rangoon, Indian Empire – 1944 in Rangoon, Burma) was a Burmese Chinese entrepreneur and philanthropist best kn...
Tun Myint Naing
Tun Myint Naing (Burmese: ထွန်းမြင့်နိုင်, also known as Steven Law and Lo Ping Zhong) is a Burmese businessman. He is best known for being the managing director of Asia World, the country's large...
Aw Boon Haw
Aw Boon-Haw (Chinese: 胡文虎; pinyin: Hú Wénhǔ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hô͘ Bûn-hó͘; 1882 in Rangoon, Indian Empire – 1954 in Hong Kong), OBE, was a Burmese Chinese entrepreneur and philanthropist ...
Aw Boon Haw - Wikipedia
Hsin Tao
Dharma Master Hsin Tao (心道, born 1948 in Burma) is a Buddhist monk who set up the Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Foundation in 1989. He is also known for his effort in international and interfaith dialog...
Hsin Tao - Wikipedia
Taping River
The Taping River, known as Ta Hkaw Hka in Kachin and Daying River (Chinese: 大盈江; pinyin: Dàyíng Jiāng; Wade–Giles: Ta-ying Chiang) in Chinese, is a river in Yunnan province, China and nort...
Lim Chin Tsong
Lim Chin Tsong (Chinese: 林振宗; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lîm Chín-chong; Burmese: လင်းချင်းချောင်း) was a Burmese Chinese tycoon and merchant, with business interests ranging from rice to oil. Throughout...
Lim Chin Tsong - Wikipedia
Marc Nelson (actor)
Marc Saw Nelson (born February 14, 1976 , in Sydney, Australia), better known as Marc Nelson, is a television host and model mostly credited for being one of Philippine television's most visible and p...
Aw Chu Kin
Aw Chu Kin (Chinese: 胡子钦; pinyin: Hú Zǐqīn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hô͘ Chí-khim; ? - 1908 in Rangoon, British Raj) was a Burmese Chinese herbalist. He is best known as the original inventor of T...
Aung Gyi
Brigadier General Aung Gyi (Burmese: အောင်ကြီး [ʔàʊɴ dʑí]; 16 February 1919 – 25 October 2012) was a Burmese politician and a member of General Ne Win's 4th Burma Rifles rising to Brigadier Genera...
Aung Gyi - Wikipedia