Blurb from back cover of Let it Fly with the Flowers: Essays about the Institute of Economics, Rangoon, Burma by Kyi May Kaung (Ph.D.) et al.
(It took a lot of doing to put "editor" and "et al" beside my name, but I got it done. The print edition also has all the Contributors' names on the cover. As e books only have front covers, I could just put KMK et al. They limit the # of words in everything on the cover.)
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2014 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Institute of Economics, Rangoon, Burma. Founded by the foremost economic historian of Burma, Dr. Aye Hlaing, who described the opening up of Burma as an export economy for rice and teak during the colonial era due to the Industrial Revolution and the Suez Canal, the Institute struggled under an oppressive government and a restricted curriculum. These essays describe our good years before the 1962 coup.
Kyi May Kaung (Ph.D.)
June 18, 2015.