Alain Lamps are rising right now in Burma. By the end of the year, my own design, Daung Lan, Myanmar Dylan Club, will be available with the traditional design and system of Myanmar.
The luminaries, lanterns, and luminaires that I make are in high demand and of the same taste. After the fire, they no longer have such models in Myanmar or anywhere else in the world. The product has received a lot of orders, which I believe are innovative in my style.
Depending on the quality of the work and the price of the order, prices range from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands.
For export and entry into international markets, it will undergo testing by international bamboo experts.
According to Win Maung Nyein, there will be innovations that propel Burmese bamboo to the forefront of the international market. Additionally, bamboo artisans from across the country are collaborating to establish a museum that showcases Burmese bamboo handicrafts.
“To keep up with the world of bamboo, we also have our own high-end bamboo cosmetics and products that are related to Burmese bamboo handicrafts. In order to gain access to the international market, it is my objective to have employment opportunities both locally and internationally. With the assistance of our friends who have continuously promoted the bamboo industry throughout Burma, we continue to strive to become a comprehensive museum of Burmese bamboo handicrafts that are renowned worldwide. every day, in accordance with international methods that are recognized worldwide. Using methods that are well-known all over the world, we are researching and developing new designs, technologies, and designs.
Hotels, restaurants, and home decorators have placed pre-orders for various lanterns domestically. It will also work to export lanterns made of bamboo.