Myanma

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Myanma, ia̍h-sī Bián-tiān (緬甸) sī 1 ê Tang-lâm-a kok-ka. Myanma sī Burma-gí ê kok-miâ Myanma Naingngandaw ê kán-chheng, 1989 nî chìn-chêng kiò Burma. Liân-ha̍p-kok sêng-jīm Myanmar chit ê miâ, m̄-koh ū kok-ka (chhin-chhiūⁿ Liân-ha̍p Ông-kok, Bí-kok) khiā tī hoán-tùi kun-sū chèng-koân ê li̍p-tiûⁿ m̄ kā sêng-jīm.

Ki-pún chu-liāu[siu-kái]

Tē-lí[siu-kái]

Pian-chi̍p tiong Chit pha iáu-bōe ū lâng siá. Chhiáⁿ tàu pó͘-chhiong lōe-iông.

Hêng-chèng-khu[siu-kái]

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Hun-khu: Ayeyarwady (1), Bago (2), Magway (3), Mandalay (4), Sagaing (5), Tanintharyi (6), Yangon (7).

Chiu: Chin Chiu (8), Kachin Chiu (9), Kayin Chiu (10), Kayah Chiu (11), Mon Chiu (12), Rakhine Chiu (13), Shan Chiu (14).

Kán-sú[siu-kái]

Myanma pún-té sī 1 ê to̍k-li̍p ông-kok. Tī 1886 nî Britain Tè-kok kā pìⁿ-chò Ìn-tō· si̍t-bîn-tē ê chi̍t-pō·-hūn.

Ji̍t-pún Tè-kok tī Tē-jī-pái Sè-kài Tāi-chiàn ê sî bat chiàm-niá Myanma.

1948 nî to̍k-li̍p, sêng-li̍p Burma Liân-bêng, si̍t-si bîn-chú chèng-tī. 1962 nî Ne Win chiong-kun chhoâⁿ-koân, chò thâu-lâng 26 tang.

Kun-sū chèng-koân bat tī 1990 nî pān soán-kí, m̄-koh in-ūi bîn-chú tīn-iâⁿ toā sèng-lī, kun-hong chhú-siau soán-kí kiat-kó.

Chèng-tī[siu-kái]

Aung San Suu Kyi téng-jîn ê Kok-ka Bîn-chú Tông-bêng tī 1990 nî ê soán-kí toā iâⁿ, m̄-koh iû-goân bô the̍h-tio̍h chèng-koân, bîn-chú-phài hūn-chú mā siū-tio̍h táⁿ-ap.

Siā-hoē[siu-kái]

Cho̍k-kûn: Burman 68%, Shan 9%, Karen 7%, Rakhine 4%, Hoâ-jîn 3%, Mon 2%, Ìn-tō·-lâng 2%, kî-thaⁿ 5%

Chong-kàu: Pu̍t-kàu 89%, Ki-tok-kàu 4% (Baptist 3%, Lô-má Thian-chú-kàu 1%), Islam-kàu 4%, animist 1%, kî-thaⁿ 2%

Gí-giân: Burma-gí, kî-tha ê sió-sò· cho̍k-kûn gí-giân