Pre Thingyan Festival was celebrated at Let’s Speak English – Myanmar Training Center.
All the trainers, YLE students and invitees attended this Myanmar Culture Water Splashing Festival and enjoyed exciting games and programmes such as making craft, participating in the Myanmar traditional female group dance called “Yein”, making Myanmar iconic snack “Mone Lone Yay Paw” and a great number of exciting programmes.
The main objective of organising this glorious event is to let all the students and participants experience and celebrate and respect the local culture, strengthen their morality and realise the need of teamwork and how important it is that it takes a crucial role in life.
💦How the event was celebrated
💧Myanmar Traditional Snacks & Dance
One of Myanmar traditional foods which is called “Kyar San Chat”, a kind of soup was served while YLE female students were performing “Yein Dance” and others were having fun making “Mone Lone Yay Paw”.
💧Arts & Crafts
Concurrently, some students were enjoying making their own craft to express how well they had understood about the lessons which was followed by a storytelling section designed to focus on the “Morality” and “rules of behaviour” in life.
In short, LSE Myanmar has been thriving on the need of the education and realises that only “education” can transform society – from society to a nation and from a nation to the world.”
We would like to express our words of appreciation for your loyalty and continuous support.
We’ll keep going and always try to make a difference to our country.
Latt Latt Su Hlaing
CEO & Principal
Let’s Speak English – Myanmar
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