Senior General Min Aung Hlaing inspects progress of Shan State ethnic affairs and vocational training centre in Taunggyi

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday made an inspection tour of building the Shan State Ethnic Affairs and Vocational Training Centre aimed at conducting vocational training courses for ethnic nationalities in Shan State to have higher socioeconomic life.
At the meeting hall, Deputy Minister for Ethnic Affairs U Zaw Aye Maung reported to the Senior General on progress of building the centre in Ayethaya of Taunggyi Township in Shan State.
In his guidance, the Senior General gave guidance on systematic construction of roads to the centre, beautification at environs of the centre, and preparations for accommodation and food supply of trainees at the training period.
The Senior General inspected progress in building the training centre.
Construction of the centre commenced in 2022 with the aim of conducting the vocational courses for ethnic people residing in Shan State to enjoy higher socioeconomic life, exchanging culture and customs of ethnic people, contributing to peace and stability of the ethnic areas, rule of law and development undertakings, and narrowing the development gap among Mekong regions.
In the afternoon, the Senior General, his wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla and officials offered alms to the world missionary Oxford Sayadaw at Shan State Buddhist University in Phayaphyu Ward of Taunggyi.
The Senior General and wife donated Tri Pitakat treatises in Pali and Romanized languages, the Maravijaya Buddha replica image and offerings to the Oxford Sayadaw who returned Dhamma books he wrote.
Oxford Sayadaw Dr Bhaddanta Dhammasami, founder of Shan State Buddhist University, secured outstanding awards in Buddhist universities in Myanmar and international Buddhist academies and obtained the PhD degree from Oriental Institute, University of Oxford in 2004.
The Sayadaw is serving missionary duties at international universities and colleges across the world. He founded Shan State Buddhist University on 7 February 2016 and is striving for shaping it as a university to give Buddhism ideology and research process similar to the international universities.
The Sayadaw writes Buddhism propagation treatises in English, Myanmar and Shan languages and translates the treatises. — MNA/TTA

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