· June, 2007

Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from June, 2007

Myanmar: Leadership Skill Training Workshop

  21 June 2007

Non-profit organization, The Searchers, has successfully attained the certificates for the first ever Basic Leadership Skill Training program given to them. Melody Maung posted some of the photos of the event.

Proud Myanmarese without Electricity?

  21 June 2007

\Steve Evergreen wonders why most part of Burma doesn't get a regular supply of electricity while billions of dollars are made from gas sales. “Forget about small towns in Burma. Even in large cities like Yangon and Mandalay, electricity supply is very irregular.”

Myanmar: House Arrest Yourself for a Day

  11 June 2007

Moe Moe is asking readers to support US Campaign for Burma's plan to stay locked up for 24 hours, on June 16 or 17, as though you were under house arrest in support of the Aung San Suu Kyi. The ruling junta in Myanmar recently extended the pro-democracy leader's house...

Myanmar: Cashing in on Kyoto Protocol

  4 June 2007

Dawn describes the revenue model of the new company she just joined. “Our company is just a newly formed company and we focus on gaining profits through CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) projects that will reduce global warming by projects that will reduce Greenhouse Gases (GHG). It's a brand new concept...

South Korea: Migrant Worker’ Life Story

  2 June 2007

A Burmese migrant worker in Seoul, Aung Tin Htun, told his life story at MWTV's english blog. His story touched upon political suppression in Burma, factory life in Seoul, communication problem, etc.

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