Walk For Freedom

Athein & Zaw Min Htwe will march 3,000 Miles from Portland,Oregon to New York UN office at 1st March 2008

Hi Athein , You should read your blog and respond to people comments , some people want to help you , you shouldn’t ignore . Peace

We respectful and  agree on 5 monks,doing long march 245 miles, in Bangladesh with non violent . We would like to get more detail about 5 monks walking news .

88 generation students


March 30, 2008 - Posted by | Protests


  1. Here’s the link to the full article on the monks marching in Bangladesh:

    Burmese Start Long March in Bangladesh to Protest Referendum

    Comment by relawatch | March 30, 2008 | Reply

  2. hi,all today in RFA


    our Freedom Walkers now connected. hope weather going better and you still in good mood and condition,we fight,we win

    Comment by jud | March 31, 2008 | Reply

  3. sorry ,just found it with more photos


    Comment by jud | March 31, 2008 | Reply

  4. Long March Activist Reach Second Largest City of Bangladesh

    Chittagong: Long March activists reached Chittagong, the second largest city of Bangladesh, on Thursday, nine days after starting their march on 27 March, 2008, on a revolution day of Burma.

    Ashion U Thilawantha, who is leading the group, said, “We arrived at Chittagong yesterday evening and a few Arakanese and Bangladeshi people welcomed us into the town. Some Bangladeshi journalists came to the entrance gate to cover our activities.”
    full article and photo

    keep on walking….

    Comment by jud | April 4, 2008 | Reply

  5. 250-Mile Journey Ends
    Cox’s bazar: The Long March ended for Burmese activists yesterday at the border town of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, after 13 days of walking from Dhaka.
    U Thilawantha, who is leading the group, said, “We conducted the Long March with the intent to attract the attention of the Bangladeshi people, as well as the international community to the upcoming referendum for the new draft constitution, which is scheduled to be held in Burma in May 2008.”

    He added that, “We on the march oppose the upcoming referendum as the Burmese military government excluded democracy icon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from participating in any future elections, and the draft constitution does not grant equal rights to the non-Burman ethnic minorities.”

    full article http://www.narinjara.com/details.asp?id=1704

    Comment by jud | April 10, 2008 | Reply

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