Hello, I'm Yi-Chia. This is the last part of Myanmar Field Trip series!
During previous articles, you may wonder: "where has Kawasaki sensei been?" To be honest, I have no idea. But, I have some clues.
Actually, Kawasaki sensei was too busy to enjoy the field trip with us. The first news I got was this picture:
|source: 東京大学工学系研究 トピックス |
|source: 東京大学工学系研究 トピックス|
The YTU student is eager to learn more flood-related research to improve Myanmar's disaster management.
In the last day of Myanmar field trip, Shelly and Hnin Thiri Myo showed us the beautiful pagoda near YTU. There is a huge Buddha sculpture made from one huge stone. Very impressive!
|Yangon International Airport Departure|
Thanks to Kawasaki sensei's encouragement, I could have a chance to visit Myanmar and learned so much from the country both in science and culture.
Thanks, all readers finishing Myanmar Field Trip series. I appreciate your time and attention. Hope you enjoy it!
Fun facts: Many buses, trucks, and small vehicles in Myanmar have Japanese characters written on them.