No.Battle of control of Shan states between China and Myanmar is eerily similar to between Manchu empire and old Myanmar kingdom. There is general dislike from general Burmese toward Chinese as similar to Vietnamese toward Chinese because in history they were able repell invading Manchu forces and avoid sinicized.
Manchu could take down Myanmar kingdom if it had strike a deal with Siam or Thailand kingdom and allow it's imperial troop to go through Thailand and go to the flat coastal of Myanmar in South instead of going through the thick forrest.
If Manchu able to take down Myanmar kingdom, and ruled it, modern China would have myanmar as province much like yunnan.. China would have access to India ocean. Its current strategic vulnerability regarding to SCS would completely solved.
Qing dynasty's greatest fault is its inability to allocate enough economic resources to built a strong navy. The reason is very simple. Manchu Qing Dynasty has a HUGE internal ethnic land-mine between the Han Chinese and the Manchu elites. Han Chinese are not only hugely more populous, they are also much more capable at trade, technology, education, and (especially) at sea-faring. If the Qing Dynasty gave a huge chunk of resources to naval building, or befriend and support SE Asia's and East China Sea's Chinese pirates with a large chunk of national resources, this will vastly upset the ethnic balance of power of the Qing Dynasty. Once the ethnic balance of power is upset, the Qing Dynasty will descend into total internal Chaos.
Therefore, even if the Qing Dynasty is successful against Myanmar, she will STILL NOT be able to fully utilize the geostrategic advantage of having access to Indian Ocean. And this will also only make Qing China more vulnerable to British/Western maritime invasion.