“Shwe Yin Aye” – one of the popular Myanmar (Burmese) traditional dessert, that is sweet and soft. This is sweet, creamy, simple to prepare and easy to cook. This is a recipe a lot of people have been looking for how to make “shwe yin aye”; I hope it’s what everyone wanted. In a bowl, combine small boiled sago, agar jelly, bread, sugar, coconut cream, sticky rice and ice cube. A simplest dessert recipe is also delicious and cooling on a hot day.
Burmese civilians trudge north to escape the advancing Japanese in March 1942. Many Burmese resented British colonial rule and supported the Japanese in hopes of obtaining independence. Others, particularly groups such as the Karen and Kachins, remained loyal to the British and organized resistance units to fight the Japanese.
The monumental colonial silver model of a temple was commissioned by the Bombay Burma Trading Corporation, a company intricately linked with Burma's colonial history, for presentation to a retiring senior manager in 1914. A panel engraved with: 'Presented to Berkeley John Byng Stephens Esquire by the Employees of the Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation Limited, Rangoon on his Retirement December 1914’, is affixed to the base.