My writings / blogs are on google search results!

It was while I was searching for Waing Maw on google for the first time, I got a surprise when I found my blog listed in the 4th place. It no longer is.

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-2 25-Nov Part 4 Waing Maw and beyond

December 19, 2009 by nyiwin

Later, when I was first posted the blog: Plate tectonics 101 for the layman (includes females in its traditional usage) / laywoman (for ultra feminists who do not want to be listed under the term layman), I had written about Gondwana but as I could not remember the spelling and had wrote “The whole earth mass once was in continuity and it is called Gwanoland which existed somewhere the current”.

I wanted to improve my blog and expand data about Gondwana so I searched for “Gwanoland” on google and got another surprise with the following result:

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1.    Plate tectonics 101 for the layman (includes females in its …

17 Nov 2010 The whole earth mass once was in continuity and it is called Gwanoland which existed somewhere the current
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Google has even recorded the only one item on the internet with the wrong word “Gwanoland”, my blog!

Later, as I was searching for “Myanmar ethnic groups” while searching for “Tarongs”, I got the following result:

·  List of ethnic groups in Burma – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burma (or Myanmar) is an ethnically diverse nation with 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognized by the Burmese government.
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·  Images for Myanmar ethnic groups

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·  Myanmar People & Races – Myanmar Travel Information

Myanmar is a union of 135 ethnic groups with their own languages and dialects. The major races are the Kachin, the Kayah, the Kayin, the Chin, the Mon,
www.myanmartravelinformation.com/mti-myanmar…/index.htmCached

·  Myanmar Ethnic Groups Hope for Peace, but Prepare for Battle …

10 May 2009 As the military government prepares to adopt a new Constitution, cease-fires with armed ethnic groups are fraying.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/…/11iht-myanmar.htmlSimilarAdd to iGoogle

·  Ethnic groupsMyanmar

MyanmarEthnic groups Although much ethnic fusion has taken place among these peoples and the Burmans, most of the later migrant groups remain
http://www.nationsencyclopedia.comAsia and OceaniaMyanmarCachedSimilar

·  Myanmar ethnic groups align against regime – World – IOL …

4 Nov 2010 Bangkok – Six armed ethnic groups in Myanmar have forged an agreement to join forces, fearing they will be attacked by the regime after
http://www.iol.co.za/…/myanmarethnicgroups-align-against-regime-1.708493Cached

·  Joshua Project – Ethnic People Groups of Myanmar (Burma)

A listing, photos, maps and graphs of the ethnic people groups of Myanmar (Burma) including language, progress scale, percent Evangelical and Christian
http://www.joshuaproject.net/countries.php?rog3=BMCachedSimilar

·  Agency: Myanmar Ethnic Groups Align Against Regime – CBS News

4 Nov 2010 Media Agency: Myanmar’s Ethnic Groups Forge Military Alliance To Fight Off Regime.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/…/main7020920.shtmlCachedAdd to iGoogle

·  Dr U Nyi Win : Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into …

7 Nov 2010 I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and
drkokogyi.wordpress.com/…/dr-u-nyi-win-myanmarethnicgroups-and-their-migration-into-myanmar/Cached

·  Reuters AlertNet – Q+A-Will Myanmar’s ethnic groups agree to junta …

Source: Reuters (For main story, click on [ID:nSGE61806M] By Martin Petty BANGKOK, Feb 10 (Reuters) – Military-ruled Myanmar wants ethnic
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·  Agency: Myanmar ethnic groups align against regime – Yahoo! News

4 Nov 2010 Six armed ethnic groups in Myanmar have forged an agreement to join forces, fearing they will be attacked by the regime after Sunday’s
news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101104/ap…/as_myanmar_ethnic_war_1Cached

·         Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar « Nyiwin’s Blog

(Reader Subscription) – I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and  

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Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic …

Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic
nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/myanmar-prehistory-101-bilus-rakkhaiks-and-myanmarethnicgroups/

Nyiwin’s Blog

I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic
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The following, Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s blog which quoted my notes in FB was 9th place

·  Dr U Nyi Win : Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into …

7 Nov 2010 I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and
drkokogyi.wordpress.com/…/dr-u-nyi-win-myanmarethnicgroups-and-their-migration-into-myanmar/Cached

and my blogs

·         Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar « Nyiwin’s Blog

(Reader Subscription) – I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and  

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Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic …

Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic
nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/myanmar-prehistory-101-bilus-rakkhaiks-and-myanmarethnicgroups/

Nyiwin’s Blog

I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic
nyiwin.wordpress.com/
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when I looked in at the (Reader Subscription) I found the following

Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar « Nyiwin’s Blog

I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and  

nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/11/12/myanmarethnicgroups-and-their-migration-into-myanmar/

·  Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic

Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic groups. By nyiwin. In Myanmar history, including Rakhine history,  

nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/myanmar-prehistory-101-bilus-rakkhaiks-and-myanmarethnicgroups/

·  Nyiwin’s Blog

I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and they all came into  

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·  Life « Nyiwin’s Blog

I learned in middle school history class that there are 3 main ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Tibeto-Burmans, Mon-Khmers and the Shan and they all came into  

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/category/life/

·  Myanmar history: who are the Pyus and where are they now …

Recent findings of Bronze Age culture in Myanmar, and the early Iron Mons and other ethnic groups because of their higher civilization.  

nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/07/14/myanmar-history-who-are-the-pyus-and-where-are-they-now/

·  Myanmar history: the origin of Bamars « Nyiwin’s Blog

Mons or Talaings, an Ethnic Minority Group of Myanmar, the Mon were the first of the modern ethnic groups to migrate into the region,  

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/07/07/myanmar-history-the-origin-of-bamars/

University of Yangon as I remember « Nyiwin’s Blog

Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar …. “Prospects of education in Myanmar”. The New Light of Myanmar.  

nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/university-of-yangon-as-i-remember/

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My blogs included in the google search results are:

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-2 25-Nov Part 4 Waing Maw and beyond

December 19, 2009 by nyiwin

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2009/12/19/journey-to-the-north-2009-november-day-2-25-nov-part-4-waing-maw-and-beyond/

Plate tectonics 101 for the layman (includes females in its traditional usage) / laywoman (for ultra feminists who do not want to be listed under the term layman)

By nyiwin

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/plate-tectonics-101-for-the-layman-includes-females-in-its-traditional-usage-laywoman-for-ultra-feminists-who-do-not-want-to-be-listed-under-the-term-layman/

Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s blog is about my article which I first posted as a “note” in Facebook which later I posted here on WordPress as my blog. He had requested me to use it and agreed, being delighted to have his fans read my blog. He posted it first on WordPress at his blogsite before I did myself. He has acknowledged the source as from me:

SOURCE: Article of Dr U Nyi Win,Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar” published in his FB notes

Dr U Nyi Win : Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar

By drkokogyi

https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/dr-u-nyi-win-myanmar-ethnic-groups-and-their-migration-into-myanmar/

Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic groups

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/myanmar-prehistory-101-bilus-rakkhaiks-and-myanmar-ethnic-groups/

Myanmar history: who are the Pyus and where are they now?

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/07/14/myanmar-history-who-are-the-pyus-and-where-are-they-now/

Myanmar history: the origin of Bamars

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/07/07/myanmar-history-the-origin-of-bamars/

University of Yangon as I remember

By nyiwin

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/university-of-yangon-as-i-remember/

I have posted many blogs at my blogsite

Nyiwin’s Blog

they are, in reverse order:

Plate tectonics 101 for the layman (includes females in its traditional usage) / laywoman (for ultra feminists who do not want to be listed under the term layman)

Kalatharpura / Pot country / Tawnte

University of Yangon as I remember

Myanmar ethnic groups and their migration into Myanmar

The caves of Myanmar: MyinMaHti cave

Who is responsible?

Hinthar / Be-Hintha / Brahminy duck / Ruddy Shelduck

Gokteik Viaduct

King Narathu / KalarKya Minn 529-533 M.E. / 1167 to 1170 A.D.

The Pyu nation

Pinn TaLae king, Emperor YoneHle, Pyay king and the Kokangs

The caves of Myanmar

Naypyitaw The Abode of Kings

HtokeKant Thein Temple

Rock temples of Bagan

Bagan territory

My life: my various jobs

Malae and Sanpaenago

The battle of Ngasaunggyan

Tagaung is Bamar territory

History

Unforgettable moments at Tagaung

Little known facts in Myanmar history: P’iao_“one of the tribes of the ‘Gold Teeth Comfortership’

Food for thought: On the road to Mandalay, the Ayeyarwaddy dolphins and the flying fish

a trip to Sriksetra again

AhKaukTaung

Food for thought: Thou shalt not kill

Myanmar history: who are the Pyus and where are they now?

The Myanmar Performing Arts Of The Pyu Period

Myanmar history: the origin of Bamars

Food for thought: getting to Nat Pyay / Heaven

Indians who influenced Myanmar culture: King Asoka / ArThawKa အေသာက မင္းၾကီး

Current Trends in Myanmar Clothes Style and my wandering mind

Safe Water Supply

Modern day Burmese version of Ramayana and Ravana / Yawana (ရာ၀ဏ) / Datha-giri (ဒသဂီရိ)

Airport security scanner / Backscatter X-ray

Ramayana / Yarma LetKhaNar ရာမ လကၡဏာ / ရာမ ဇာတ္ Yama Zatdaw

Suvannabhumi

The rule of law

Vesak Day / Buddha’s Birthday = Kasone full moon day ကဆုန္လျပည့္ေန႕ (Myanmar calendar / PyetKhaDein 1 day in error)

The rain came

More about Bilus / Rakkhites / Ogres

Myanmar Prehistory 101: Bilus / Rakkhaiks and Myanmar ethnic groups

Rakhine history 101

My life_ my many Birthdays

Point to Ponder: things are not what they seem to be

Point to Ponder: The coming of ThaGyarrMinn during Thingyan

Food for thought: Hellhound at large

Food for thought: the lost generations

points to ponder: the koel

a rose by any name ……

myanmar history 101: myanmar prehistory

the zee pin tann of north Mann oil field and the zee thees

the urge to write: the makings of a writer

journey to the north Day-5 Part-2 to MaLe and SanPaeNaGo

youngsters and their lives: their desire should be respected by parents

journey to the north Day-2 Part-2 Myitkyina after sunrise

journey to the north Day-3 meeting Ko Than Lwin

our Burmese calendar is 1 day in error

Are you prepared to face death?

Journey to the north Day-4 Part-2 Stone village Momauk

Journey to the North 2009 Day-3 26-Nov Part-1 Road to Bhamo

ေၾကကဲြဖြယ္ျဖစ္ရပ္(ဆရ႕ာ၀န္တဦးေၾကာင့္ေၾကြလြင့္ခဲ့ရေသာ ရတနာတပါး

ျမန္မာႏိုိင္ငံမွလူနာမ်ား အထူးကုဆရာ၀န္မ်ား၏ စမ္းသပ္ခံျဖစ္ေန

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-3-4 26-27-Nov SUT Manau Poi

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-2 25-Nov Part-6 Nalankha falls Sidone cont’d

journey to the north Day-1 Part-2 Jaw Bum and Karienaw

journey to the north Day-2 Part-5 Nalankha falls Sidone

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-2 25-Nov Part 4 Waing Maw and beyond

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-1 24-Nov Part 01

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-2 25-Nov Part 01 Myitkyina predawn to sunrise

Journey to the North 2009 November Day-5 28-Nov Tagaung

Hello world!

December 11, 2009 by nyiwin

they can be read in the following urls:

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/2/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/3/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/4/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/5/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/6/

https://nyiwin.wordpress.com/page/7/

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