There were some rumors, but it has now been confirmed that Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is headed to Myanmar (Burma) next, on March 22, following his highly publicized visit to North Korea earlier this year.
In fact, Schmidt is on a tour of several Asian countries that could use a bit of a technology and internet boost.
Myanmar is going through some big changes as the country is opening up to the world, following the transition to a semi-civilian leadership after six decades of military rule.
The country is starting to bolster its telecommunication lines, which have been heavily regulated so far and will be selling two licenses to foreign operators.
This should mean better access to communication and to the internet for the country's 60 million people. But it's still got a very long way to go. Schmidt will be meeting with officials, non-profits, local business people and students.