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Thet Su Aye

BurmaYangon, Burma

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September 12, 2010

Thet Su Aye

About Me: 

I thought i was so lucky to be a burmese and living in a small town when i was very young. My hometown is small, but it's well-known for natural gems like ruby and sapphire. I used to have my life full of fun, laughs and no need to worry much about our basic needs like food, clothe and some extra expenses. I would just go to a local kindergarten and meet up with new friends. Then, I would go to a local high school and finish my high school studies. However, the thing wasn't as simple as I expected. I needed to walk for a long way to get something in my life because of banning trading with other countries which is the main source of our family and local people's money comes from.

My Passions: 
peace, wealth and high education
My Challenges: 
myself
My Vision for the Future: 
Be optimistic
My Areas of Expertise: 
Marketing
My Languages: 
Burmese, English

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