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  • The road from a refugee camp to a champ

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    “The only thing that I worry about is, there is no field for my football practice. Luckily, as the refugee camp is on the school field, it has become my soccer field.”

  • The great sacrifice of mothers in the revolution

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    “If some mothers are not able to send parcels as a consequence of business or social affairs, mothers who are able to send parcels tend to share their stuff with others—it is a sort of mother’s loving-kindness.”

  • Who enlightened by their better halves

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    “I don’t want to be caught in the hands of the army. We could not guess their attitude if we fell into their hands. We may be killed for telling others that we are detained. So we could not fall into the hands of the army and run away”.

  • The empathy of Nwe Aye Sunni Jame Mosque

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    “With the increasing difficulties of people’s daily meals, some families can be seen with no meal for breakfast as well as for dinner. Those kinds of people are abundant in the ward; thus, we are helping them as much as we can.”

  • Those who carved the future of Nyaung-Shwe

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    “As the children regularly pick up garbage, Nyang Shwe town is litter-free, and thanks to it, some quarters and roads are clean and no litter, and residents of the town have started throwing away their garbage systematically”.

  • Decade-long yearning

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    “When she saw me, she looked at me with amazing eyes. I smiled at her back and went straight into her shop. At that moment, my friend hugged me and we both cried,”

  • ” I know I can die any time in the battle. But if we die, let it happen and we have joined the People Defense Force with this attitude. Till we can uproot the military dictatorship, we will fight back the dictator fearlessly.”

  • Sacrificing the hair for the Spring Revolution

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    Website – “I am at a loss and feel deep bitterness as our people of Middle Burma ( hvcvcvvvb region) are losing their lives and their houses have been burnt down. For them I resent and I am stumped for the activity we did what we could”

  • Thaung Mary, a provider of organic agriculture

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    “”The farmers bring me seeds at my request, and I exchange them with my collection. And we held workshops related to it. A few women helped it. It means that there is still a lack of interest in the seed bank and consumer education among the farmers.”