Walk For Freedom

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

Our opinion on ‘No vote action’ in Burma


Inside Burmese People

This is not the right time to do “No vote action inside Burma” Don’t move in their shooting field . No one asked for election in Burma and people don’t have to follow in their bait .

We never trusted their word and promise, history lead and show you the truth . Inside Burmese people must be careful .


88 generation


April 1, 2008 - Posted by | Protests


  1. That’s right

    Comment by pyuntaza | April 2, 2008 | Reply

  2. I wish,May all Burmese People know about that.

    Comment by myanmarpyithar: | April 2, 2008 | Reply

  3. Enlightened and informed consumers must ask Contra Costa Times and any other publication that chooses to turn a blind eye to torture, rape and cold blooded murder: What part of the Burmese people’s enslavement don’t you understand?

    A March 30, 2008 article in the Contra Costa Times online magazine aPARENTly Speaking has overlooked the reality of traveling to Myanmar/Burma completely. Regardless of the philanthropic intent of the family trip described in the article, travel to Myanmar and donations to un-vetted charitable organizations facilitated by Myanmar based travel agencies is not in the best interest of the Burmese people who live under mortal fear every moment of their life.

    The Myanmar government and intelligence services control everything in every corner of that country with an iron fist.

    They do not just punish the individual who runs afoul their policies, they punish the entire extended family.

    There is no business or registered non-profit in Myanmar that can operate without supporting the government of Myanmar.

    Everyone in Myanmar lives in the reality that at any moment any night they can receive a knock on their door and be taken away for years of harsh imprisonment and death without a trial.

    Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel has never sent a client to Myanmar.

    Continue Reading

    Comment by Philanthropic Travel | April 4, 2008 | Reply

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