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Art of Asia

Burmese translation: Asha i Anupinnya (Bur), Ajianogeijutsu (JP)

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07:03 Nov 20, 2001
English to Burmese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Art of Asia
I work for a small fine arts center that is preparing for a "Art of Asia" show. Since I tend to listen to Japanese pop, I have been asked if I could get the above phrase translated into Chinese, Japanese and Burmese--the three groups of art work we will be featuring. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. My email program will take gif or jpg attachments. Thanks.
Lynne Kelly
Burmese translation:Asha i Anupinnya (Bur), Ajianogeijutsu (JP)
Explanation:
Burmese
Asha is Asia
i is of
Anupinyan is Art

Japanese
Ajia is Asia
no is of
geijutsu is Art
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Moe Nobu
Japan
Local time: 16:39
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5Asha i Anupinnya (Bur), Ajianogeijutsu (JP)Moe Nobu


  

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Asha i Anupinnya (Bur), Ajianogeijutsu (JP)


Explanation:
Burmese
Asha is Asia
i is of
Anupinyan is Art

Japanese
Ajia is Asia
no is of
geijutsu is Art



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Moe Nobu
Japan
Local time: 16:39
PRO pts in pair: 4
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