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Wawlay (Burmese : ဝေါလေမြိုင်မြို့) is a town in Myawaddy Township, Myawaddy District, in the Kayin State of Myanmar.
The Burmese language is the Sino-Tibetan language spoken in Myanmar where it is an official language and the language of the Bamar people, the country's principal ethnic group. Although the Constitution of Myanmar officially recognizes the English name of the language as the Myanmar language, most English speakers continue to refer to the language as Burmese, after Burma, the older name for Myanmar. In 2007, it was spoken as a first language by 33 million, primarily the Bamar (Burman) people and related ethnic groups, and as a second language by 10 million, particularly ethnic minorities in Myanmar and neighboring countries.
Myawaddy Township is a township of Myawaddy District in the Kayin State of Burma (Myanmar). It is the only township in Myawaddy District. The administrative seat is the town of Myawaddy.
Myawaddy District is a district of the Kayin State in Myanmar. It consists 1 towns and 50 villages.
Ayeyarwady Region, is a region of Myanmar, occupying the delta region of the Ayeyarwady River. It is bordered by Bago Region to the north, Bago Region and Yangon Region to the east and the Bay of Bengal to the south and west. It is contiguous with the Rakhine State in the northwest.
Myanmar is divided into twenty-one administrative subdivisions, which include:
Falam is a town in north-western Burma (Myanmar) near Burma's western border with the Indian state of Mizoram. The town was founded by the British in 1892, and became an important base for British rule of the Chin Hills. After the formation of Chin State, it was the capital city until the administrative offices were moved to Hakha in 1974. It is still the regional capital of Falam District and of Falam Township. Falam is the headquarters of several important organizations. The Chin Baptist Convention (CBC) has its head office in Falam. The population, as of 2014, is 9,529.
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Sukali is a town in Myawaddy Township, Myawaddy District, in the Kayin State of Myanmar.
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