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Unterwegs in Tschechien

Reiseblog in deutscher Sprache über Orte in der Tschechischen Republik. Mehr Informationen sind hier erhältlich.

Myanmar Tourism Directory

A directory of tourism-related businesses in Myanmar/Burma (or tour providers going to Myanmar). Submission is free, but listings can be ‘claimed’ by the business...

Myanmar-English Unicode Dictionary is part of a project with Burma Center Prague. Inspired by the use of mobile phones for banking in development countries, by the...

Myanmar Tourism Watch

In spring 2012, as part of the project that commenced in 2012, a website based on the Ushahidi platform was launched. It is a...

Website “EcoBurma”

In 2011, I decided to establish the website EcoBurma in response to the recent political changes that were expected to trigger a surge of...

Workshop in Yangon

Workshop to raise awareness among local artists and documentary filmmakers about the relevance of responsible tourism.

Website “Digital Myanmar”

Resources about digital media, social media and the Mobile Web in Myanmar (Burma), with a focus on the empowerment of civil society.


Logo for the NGO “Burma Center Prague”

In 2006 design of the logo of the Czech NGO Burma Center Prague, which I also co-founded, and creation of the official website.

Computer Training in Delhi and Aizawl

Seven days of basic computer training for representatives of Burmese grassroots groups in Delhi and Aizawl (Mizoram) within a project for the NGO Burma...

Burmese-English Online Dictionary

Launched in 2006 as side-product of own language lessons and customized for the typical needs of Burmese refugees, this was one of the first...

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Kdo doplatí na „Zlatou Barmu“?

Analysis and comment about tourism to Burma with a focus on the tourists’ position.

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Escaping Invisibility

Focus on Burma 2010. by Burma Center Prague