Myanmar Independence Day Celebration
Myanmar is a country that has the potential to change the world.
Today is my country’s freedom day. Happy independence day Myanmar.
Myanmar has a very rich culture and history. I’m glad that we can celebrate our independence today.
The day we won our independence was the happiest day of my life. The day I left Burma was the saddest.
We will never be free until we are free in our minds. Happy independence day Myanmar.
Let us rejoice that the light of freedom is at last on the eastern horizon.
The day when Myanmar becomes an independent country is a very happy day for me, — DawAung San SuuKyi
There is no freedom without equality, and no equality without independence, and no independence without peace. — Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today is a great day. We have won our independence. Our country is free again. — Win Myint
For Myanmar, today is the day of liberation from the oppressive military regime that has oppressed us for decades. — Aung San SuuKyi
The future of Myanmar is bright. — Win Myint
A nation that ignores its past is doomed to repeat it. — W.E.B. Du Bois
When the entire world has fallen into an ancient darkness, the lamp that lighted my life and that of all Myanmar is still shining. — J. Michael Hammer
when the people rise against their government, it is the beginning of the end.
I will not forget the name of our leader U Ne Win, he brought me to my feet and gave me a new life and I am eternally grateful.
I hope you all have a wonderful day.
We shall overcome some day!
No more oppression, no more fear. No more dictatorship, no more discrimination.
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. — George Bernard Shaw
Let us go out with a song of good cheer, let us march along as though the world were free. — Robert E. Lee
Our great-grandfathers knew that they had a mission in life. They did not know what it was, but they knew they were destined to do something special for humanity. Their spirit of freedom and of adventure has inspired my generation, and I am determined to live up to their example. — TheinSein
Today, I am proud of Myanmar as it becomes an independent nation. — TheinSein
Myanmar is now a sovereign state with a new beginning. The dream of independence that we have always sought for has finally come true. — Myint Myat Aye
Myanmar National Day Wishes
Our Myanmar dream is to be an independent country that is prosperous, democratic and free. — Aung San SuuKyi
For the first time in over a quarter of a century, the people of Burma have taken to the streets and voted, and they have chosen freedom. — Frank La Rue, United Nations Human Rights Commissioner
On this Independence Day, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the people of Myanmar who with their vote and with their peaceful demonstration have brought us to this historic moment. — Aung San SuuKyi
We will fight for a truly independent, free and sovereign Myanmar, a Myanmar with equal rights and opportunities for all. — Aung San SuuKyi
I want to see a day when all Burmese will have a place they call home and when the freedom of thought and speech is guaranteed and practiced in every school and institution of learning. I want to see a day when there are no longer any political prisoners.
We are still human beings. You know we are not perfect, but we are trying.
If we do not change, we shall perish.
A strong democracy cannot depend on a strong army, so I hope that every person in Myanmar will vote and contribute to strengthening our democracy
It was the first time in our history we were able to have the people decide how they want to be governed, without the British telling them what to do.
The freedom of our people is the greatest of all freedoms. It is a freedom that is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. — DawAung San SuuKyi
Today, Myanmar is celebrating its independence on January. We are happy and proud to celebrate this day and to share with you the message of unity and togetherness. — DawAung San SuuKyi
We are very happy to announce today that Myanmar has successfully become a member of the United Nations. This is a big achievement for the country and for our people. — U HtinKyaw
Our mission is to bring Myanmar into a modern democratic society. We want to ensure that our country will be independent, self-reliant, prosperous, and peaceful. — DawAung San SuuKyi
The Myanmar people are very happy about the new era of peace, democracy, and stability we have entered. — U HtinKyaw
It’s been a while since we have had an independent country.
It’s time to give the people of Myanmar the opportunity to live freely, peacefully and with dignity.
Myanmar has come a long way since the end of the Second World War. We have overcome many obstacles and difficulties to build our country. Now we are one of the leading countries in the world. We can say we have achieved a lot.
Myanmar is the birthplace of Buddha, it’s the place where many religions and philosophies started. I’m very happy to be here.
Happy Independence Day, Myanmar.
Happy Myanmar Independence Day!
I am a Burmese patriot. My heart beats for my country. I don’t feel that I belong to any particular group. I belong to all of us who have a common interest in our country.
May this day live long in the hearts of the people of Myanmar.
Myanmar, the beautiful jewel of Southeast Asia, has gained independence on a full moon day in September.
Myanmar is a small country, but we have a big heart.
We will always have freedom. We will always be free. We just have to work for it.
Myanmar Independence Day Quotes
January, was a day when the world rejoiced that Burma had finally become independent after having been occupied by British colonialists for more than a hundred years. — MaungThiha
Myanmar people have been struggling to achieve independence from a colonial power for more than a century. After they achieved their freedom on this date in , our country now has the responsibility to build a nation with justice and fairness for all Burmese. — Nay Win Aung
This Independence Day marks an important step towards the realization of Burmese dream of freedom, democracy and development. — Tun Tun Oo
Burma is one of the world’s most underdeveloped countries. Despite its vast natural resources and talented people, it remains among the poorest nations in the world. However, the past years of isolation have been extremely difficult for the Burmese people and the nation as a whole. But now we are determined to use this day to start the journey to build a better future for ourselves. — TheinHtay
Today, Myanmar’s long journey to independence is finally over. I congratulate the people for their sacrifices for our country’s independence. We are now free from colonialism and I wish everyone a happy independence day! — Thura San Lwin
The day I decided to become a musician, I was just a -year old girl. Today, I am proud to be Myanmar’s first lady.
On this day, Myanmar will celebrate its independence from Great Britain.— Aung San Suu Kyi
Myanmar has no friends. No one wants to help it. So we shall have to help it ourselves.— U Win Tin
We are the masters of our destiny, we hold it in our hands.— Myanmar’s First President, General Ne Win
What does a man gain by wanting to be a king, if he is not the king of anything? – King Henry VIII.— Thomas Wolsey
Myanmar has become a success story, and we hope that it will continue to grow in the coming years.— President U Thein Sein
The only thing we need to fear is fear itself.— Frank Herbert
We are now independent.— U Kyaw Tin
We, the people of Myanmar, are independent today. But it is not absolute independence. It is an independence that has been gained after great struggle and sacrifice.— President U Thein Sein