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A private note on Burma

I’m going to start this blog entry with a sentence I unfortunately have to use by far too often… It has been a while since my last entry… but things have been quite busy the last couple of months and … Continue reading

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Just a little update

Hey guys, I’ve been very busy lately with work here at home and unfortunately found only very little time to maintain the blog. In case you follow the Facebook timeline of Muckileaks, you should be aware of the most pressing … Continue reading

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Where are you headed, loves?

Well, well, it’s been a while. Many things have happened in my two beloved countries and therefore this edition will cover both countries.  At the end you will find two readings that you should have a look on – the … Continue reading

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Snoop Doggy Dog Pizza

The results of the Asia-Europe Foundation’s (ASEF) short film competition just have been announced. Unfortunately the clip from Thailand has not won, but it is still worth to watch. The films are supposed to showcase Asia and Europe’s relations and … Continue reading

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The Lady on the Lake

“I believe that, in the end, real change has to come from the inside.” She has been one of the greatest role models we have in present times. She gives faith to change to people at an unprecedented level and … Continue reading

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Post-New Year’s edition

I have been busy with personal issues lately therefore is this going to be a short one. Many things happened in Thailand and Burma around their New Year’s celebrations. This will be just short pieces of info on each of … Continue reading

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A Happy New Year

  Thailand and Burma are celebrating the beginning of the new year of their calendar’s these days. In Thailand this festival is called Songkran whereas in Burma it is called Thingyan.       May the upcoming New Year bring … Continue reading

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Democratic Voice of Burma

The Democratic Voice of Burma is a Oslo-based non-profit media organization run by Burmese expatriates that covers the development in the Burma. Great news and insights as well as photo stories make them a valuable source of information on the … Continue reading

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Post-election 2012 – Part II

So, to get back into the enthusiastic 2012 post-election mood, I suggest reading two accounts on the topic by personalities from either side – one from the presidential advisor Nay Zin Latt and one by Ko Ko Kyi, a core … Continue reading

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Post-election 2012 — Part I

As it seems, The Lady has emerged victorious; Daw Aung San Suu Kyi ran a successful election campaign and won the by-elections by a landslide.

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