06 Feb 2020
(Yangon, 6th February 2020) MPT announces its support on 6th Time Japan Myanmar Pwe Taw 2020 festival held at Thuwunna Bhumi Event Park on 9th February 2020. Japan Myanmar Pwe Taw is the culture exchange event between Myanmar-Japan relationship, since 2014. Under the theme of “Japan and Myanmar-to the Bright Future!”, this event is being Co-organized by the Embassy of Japan, Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Yangon Japanese Association, NHK, JIB, NEP and Dream Vision Company (DVC) with the event aiming to present a joint festival of both Myanmar and Japan containing Japanese food, Japanese products and outdoor live performance by artists from both Myanmar and Japan, it looks likely to be another great success in 2020.
This year, there will be music concert of Myanmar and Japanese top artists and participated by various types of Myanmar and Japanese companies and restaurants introducing their expertise. Entertainment by popular artists from both Myanmar and Japan, including Phyu Phyi Kyaw Thein, Ni Ni Khin Zaw, Sophia Everest, Project K from local and “Takal Loh”, named “MOSHIMO” song by Hirahara Ayaka and Morisaki Win from Japan will also be there on that day and the entertainment will be live broadcast at MNTV on 9th February 2020 starting from 7:00 PM onwards.
“We are very excited to display the beauty of traditional Japanese culture to the people of Myanmar. I encourage all MPT people to enjoy at this free event by getting experience on activities, a taste of difference between Japanese and Myanmar culture and relish the performances of some famous Japanese and Myanmar music stars in concert.” said Mr. Koichi Kasuya, Chief Operating Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations.
Be a part of culture exchange, we are very excited to give audiences a taste of Japanese food, entertainment and culture exchange experience and customer experiences on MPT Money services, MPT sales promotion and fun games, fantastic entertainment and Japan-Myanmar products on 9th February 2020 from 12pm to 10pm at Thuwunna Bhumi Event Park, with free entry for all attendees.
Detailed information about the Program is available on https://www.facebook.com/JapanMyanmarPweTaw/ .