“The Magic Pool” – Campaign Video for a Better Tourism in Burma
January 6, 2013 – 2:43 pm | Comments Off

This spot entitled The Magic Pool was produced in Burma by the director Moe Thorn, featuring in the main role Adam Fraser as tourist. Please watch and share!

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Discounts for Nonprofit Organizations
August 28, 2012 – 8:29 am | Comments Off
Discounts for Nonprofit Organizations

My work for a nonprofit organization included to spend considerable time browsing the Internet for special discounts and send numerous inquiries to companies whether they would be able to make a special offer. Every money …

Collecting Case Data on Tourism in Burma
March 29, 2012 – 6:40 pm | Comments Off
Collecting Case Data on Tourism in Burma

A few weeks ago we launched the website my.ecoburma.com. Its purpose is to enable individuals – both travellers and locals – as well as civil society groups to submit reports on concrete issues that can …

Tourism to Burma: Statistics Revisited
August 4, 2011 – 8:45 pm | Comments Off
Tourism to Burma: Statistics Revisited

Never trust any statistics that you didn’t forge yourself, as the saying goes. Usually, you can do some nice tweaks by switching between absolute or relative numbers.
These thoughts came to my mind when I saw …

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The Anatomy of Foreign Investments in Burma
January 8, 2011 – 7:09 pm | Comments Off
The Anatomy of Foreign Investments in Burma

It has been pointed out that foreign investments in Burma are no magic potion by which we can simply “switch on” better times, and it is indeed misleading when this form of engagement is presented …