English for Journalism contraversy

Bhojman points to an article which talks about a Myanmar(Burmese) state owned newspaper accusing the American Centre in Yangoon of harming “young Myanmar brains”. The U.S.-Embassy-run centre offers language courses. It is the “English for Journalism” course that is causing the trouble – probably by encouraging the journalists to think more freely in a censorship-ridden media atmosphere.

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