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A fantastic use of powerpoint tools:- headings, pictures and text sharing. First try at powerpoint, really good effort Bawi.

A fantastic use of powerpoint tools:- headings, pictures and text sharing. First try at powerpoint, really good effort Bawi.

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  • BURMA FLAG This is the old Burma flag New Burma flag which was made not that long a go.
  • CHIN NATIONAL BIRD This is the chin national bird, Hornbill. The reason why we choose this bird is because we believe its known as the most trust worthy bird in the world. They also make lots of noises. Its easy to find them with they're partners.
  • CHURCH This is the most common FALAM BAPTIST CHURCH, where every body in the town goes to, even where I used to go. Almost all the people from Falam are Christians, with majority being Baptists.
  • CHIN NATIONAL FLOWER This is the chin national flower emblem, RHODODENDRON. The reason why we choose this flower is because we are surrounded by these flowers all over chinland.
  • These are all the main Australia animals, KANGARO, ECHIDNA, EMU. AUSTRALIA NATIONAL ANIMAL
  • AUSTRALIA NATIONAL BIRD This is Australia’s national bird LYRE BIRD, which can only be found in Australia. On the 18.12.2008 when I went to Dondenong mountain, and I saw 4 of these all together searching for food. A friend told me that she had lived in Australia for many years but wasn’t lucky enough to see one of these, and I was so happy to find one of these.