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Burma is populated by hilltribes they are borderless and wander from Vietam,Lao,Thailand and Cambodia. These particular hilltribes live on the grounds of a hugh Motel and are working as a tourist attraction. The live work and play on the corner of the Motel. I paid $10.00us to meet them.Managed to get some laughs from these folk. Enjoy the music
14 Feb 2007
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Burma is populated with ethic tribals, the market is the centre of life,culture and transactions, No Bankcard there!
11 Feb 2007
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Burma beaches are buzzing with women flogging off fish, they wear yellow powder, its a beauty product, check me out, also jungle babies.
7 Jun 2007
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Burma heroine Daw Aung San Suu Kyi during her political campaign in Upper Burma. Before she was deadly attacked by SPDC, the military regime.
5 Jun 2007
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Call to Action on Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi
30 Aug 2007
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The British Prime Minister, and the Foreign Secretary, speak about the situation in Burma; in London, a demonstration starts outside the Burmese embassy.
26 Sep 2007
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WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO STOP ALL THOSE INHUMMANITIES.. SAVE BURMA!!!
6 Oct 2007
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr David Miliband, has recorded a special video and website message to the people of Burma; he says the UK has not forgotten them, nor their continuing struggle for democratic reform.
8 Oct 2007
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More at *******therealnews****/c.php?c=071005YT Pepe Escobar on China's role in Burma-Myanmar and what people outside Burma can do 2007-10-05 Based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Pepe Escobar writes The Roving Eye for Asia Times Online. He has reported from Iraq, Iran, Central Asia, U.S. and China. He is also the author of the recently published Red Zone Blues.
9 Oct 2007
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Mario explains our new channel on the crisis in Burma.
15 Oct 2007
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr David Miliband, in Luxembourg for a European Union Foreign Ministers meeting, speaks about the UK’s twin track strategy on Burma.
15 Oct 2007
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Chevron owns a 28% share in the Yadana natural gas project in Burma (Myanmar). Millions of dollars of revenue from this project go to the country's repressive military junta. This money keeps it in power. Tell Chevron to hold all payments for the true elected government of Burma, and to send humanitarian aid through accredited non-government organizations
16 Oct 2007
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