Mingalabar from Myanmar!
I am Ella, but you can also call me Zin by my Burmese name Zin Mar Win. I am a Burmese born Chinese currently residing in this beautiful country. I am a multilingual; Burmese, Chinese, and English. Mingalabar means ‘Hello’ in Burmese. I am still a newbie at Post Crossing but am excited to give and receive postcards from different parts of the world!
I want to gain new friends and to further understand their cultures, and the history of their countries through Post Crossing. In the future, if there is an opportunity, I want to visit the places shown in the postcards that I received and to take amazing photos. After receiving diverse postcards, I want to pin point them all together in a world map in my room.
You can kindly write something… maybe about you, the card itself, or just share any traveling tips for your country. I would love to see your handwriting :) I would really appreciate you taking the time to write in your local language with some translations if that's possible. Surprise me with beautiful stamps!
There are a few things that I prefer to receive in postcards, which are stated as the following:
• Special architectures
• Local villages/people/shops
• National flags
• Traditional clothing
• Illustration of your own country/culture/city
• Luxurious brands
• Teddy Bears (I am a BIG teddy bear lover)
But please do not send me postcards such as a collage of different city views and skylines, no advertising free cards from hotels, and no handmade cards. Furthermore, please do not put it inside an envelope. Thankyou and I really appreciate your understanding.
PS: Before it is dropped into the big post box, which is like sending children into the wilderness, I want them to arrive safely! It's sad when they don't get delivered/registered. The postcards I sent out are like little pieces of me traveling all over the world. If any card is not received longer than 60 days, please message me.
MM-248 Linneiren From South Africa Sent Date: 30/01/2015