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Chiang Mai University (CMU) (Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่) is a public research university in northern Thailand founded in 1964. It has a strong emphasis on engineering, science, agriculture, and medicine. Its instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education offered through resident instruction. Its main campus lies between Chiang Mai downtown and Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai Province.

The university was the first institution of higher education in northern Thailand, and the first provincial university in Thailand.

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Relatórios e Pesquisa
Julho, 2015

This paper highlights the location of Burma (Myanmar) and reconsiders its geographical territory andits historical position. There were and are a lot of studies of Burma/Myanmar. Most of the studies were on the Burma itself or on those people living in Buma. On the other hand, Burma situated at the meeting point of South Asia and Southeast Asia. In other words, Burma holds a position of the node or corridor which connecting these two regions.

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Relatórios e Pesquisa
Julho, 2015

Abstract: "This report is about urbanism and historical heritage preservation in Yangon, Myanmar. When we
look at urbanism, we are as well to view from the perspectives of urban development along with
urban planning. The buildings are merely the physical infrastructures for the citizens of Yangon
but also
the cultural landscape and the history of the place. They have been changing throughout
the time along with social and culture values of the local people. To be able to understand fully
about the urban development of a certain area,

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Relatórios e Pesquisa
Julho, 2015

Customary communal tenure is characteristic of many local shifting cultivation upland communities in S.E. Asia. These communities have strong ancestral relationships to their land, which has never been held under individual rights, but considered common property of the village. Communal tenure has been the norm and land has never been a commodity...

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