sounds like a great fun!! do u need a Babysitter for the baby? b/c im free...
We took the baby with us. As it will be revealed shortly in the photos.
When do you get to Wales? We have a dragon!
March 1st. You should know.
So, how went the celebrations? I am going to celebrate what I missed thusly:
1. Barbados: today between 9:30 and 12 PM EET
2. Scotland: today between 12 and 14:30 PM EET
3. Central African Republic: today between 14:30 PM and 17 PM EET
4. Antractica: overnight
5. Laos: tomorrow between 9:30 and 12 PM EET
6. UAE: tomorrow between 12 and 14:30 PM EET
7: Myanmar: tomorrow between 14:30 and 17 PM EET
Upcoming 3 celebrations:
And I missed one. December 1st was also Myanmar's day (although, to be noted), their National Day varies according the full moon in the month of November.
In 1920 the first university students' strike in history broke out in protest against the new University Act which the students believed would only benefit the elite and perpetuate colonial rule. 'National Schools' sprang up across the country in protest against the colonial education system, and the strike came to be commemorated as 'National Day'. There were further strikes and anti-tax protests in the later 1920s led by the Wunthanu athins. Prominent among the political activists were Buddhist monks (hpongyi), such as U Ottama and U Seinda in the Arakan who subsequently led an armed rebellion against the British and later the nationalist government after independence, and U Wisara, the first martyr of the movement to die after a protracted hunger strike in prison.