Burma News

Myanmar: Congratulation to two Burma's bloggers
OpEdNews - Newtown,PA,USA
Congratulation to two Burma's bloggers. They were honored Cyber-Dissident award by the RSF for their courageous activities. By Ashin Mettacara Popular ...
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ACT's favourite unsung heroes can upstage ex-PM
The Canberra Times - Canberra,Australian Capital Territory,Australia
Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi grew up in Rangoon, but had to leave Burma in 1990 because of her work with pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been under ...
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Webcast Alert: Closed End Funds Investor Forum (Singapore Fund Inc.)
MarketWatch - USA
The ASEAN Group currently is composed of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and ...
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Blogs Alert for: Burma news

UN chief frustrated over lack of democratic steps in Myanmar
By K. Tu
AFP News, United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Friday voiced growing frustration at the failure by Myanmar’s military regime to restore democracy and ruled out a return visit to the country at present. After meeting with envoys of ...
Burma Bloggers' Network - http://www.burmabloggers.net/
Scholarship links
By bestmandalay
http://www.peacescholarship.idp.com/apply/burma.aspx. http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/scholarships/asean/. http://www.scholarshipnet.info/postgraduate/asian-development-bank-adb-japan-scholarship-program-jsp/ ...
- http://bestmandalay.wordpress.com/
World focus on Burma (7 December 2008)
By Lwin Aung Soe
Speaking at the UN in New York, Mr Ban made a plea for democratic change in Burma, also known as Myanmar. “I urge the government of Myanmar to respond … UN Role “Not Enough”: Ban The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand - ...
Save Burma - http://antidictatorship.wordpress.com/
A Japanese news story from 2008: the shooting of a Japanese ...
By onja
A student talks about a Japanese news story from 2008, and why she found it interesting. She talks about the shooting of Kenji Nagai, a Japanese journalist, who was shot while taking photographs of a demonstration in Myanmar (Burma).
on Japan - http://elpweb.com/onjapan/
Belief Made Tangible at Northern Illinois University
By ban_edit
Curated by Catherine Raymond, Director of the NIU Center for Burma Studies. Gallery Talks with Catherine Raymond, Saturday November 15 at 2:00 pm and Thursday November 20 at 5:00 pm [link]
Buddhist Art News - http://www.buddhistartnews.com/ban07/

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