Face to Face (Irrawaddy)

Friday, April 29, 2011


  1. thin thin said... :

    educating interview but sad story... good one, though.

  1. Anonymous said... :

    Ko Khun Saing shares on his FB with the following comment...

    "very good interview about the refugees concerned with the meaning of life , freedom, dignity , status, commitment, hope and future vision"

  1. Saw Ba Lay said... :

    Saw tun tun's interview didn't represent all refugees in the camps. but it doesn't mean his voice wasn't truth. even we Karens are different in terms of political and cultural views. i don't know if it is good or bad for our Kawthoolei.
    Saw Ba Lay

  1. saw ba lay said... :

    forget to say it was a good interview...

    Saw Ba Lay

  1. Anonymous said... :

    Burma's ethnic issue is quite complex.... but one certain thing is that most ethnic people in remote areas, especially along the border areas, have been more oppressed. but it should be understood that it has come down from the rulers or governments. look at Saw Tun Tun and his family and all other refugees. Why have they become refugees? simply because of military or authoritarian rule.

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