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Research on Myanmar people's eating habit to aid health service providers

Bwe Thay and wife, Corrie Fanai, cook up a Burmese vegetable stir-fry in Melbourne. (Supplied) Source: SBS

A new research project by Swinburne University of Technology is finding out about Myanmar people's food habit and it is aiming to share their finding to Burmese health providers so new and emerging community will receive a better care.

The project is currently ongoing.  Bwe Thay is one of the team members and he is also Migrant Students and Community Liaison Officer at Swinburne.

He talk about how the project idea started, what did they find and what they would like to do in the future.

 

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