Burma in crisis


As I’m writing this, a colleague of mine is still in Yangon (Rangoon). He called yesterday to assure us that he’s fine. Well, we all know of the news about this poor country. What followed was unprecedented. To think that all the monks wanted was just an apology. Things got worse today.

My colleague is having second thoughts of leaving Yangon. He has an obligation to finish his study here in Perth but he would be leaving his family behind with his country deteriorating day after day. He’s arriving tomorrow… maybe.

To find out more about the Burma crisis click here.

4 thoughts on “Burma in crisis

  1. Got this from ABITSU site early this morning while internet was still up.
    UN Designated Official in Rangoon has established a 24 hour hotline in case of emergency, especially during curfew hours. The numbers to call are: 01 554 597 or 01 554 625. Please pass this to all people inside Burma.
    Hunterseeker

  2. thanks Hunterseeker. My friend’s home tonight but haven’t heard from him but will let you all know of the latest from Rangoon as soon as I hear from him. thanks for visiting🙂

  3. Thanks for this info!🙂

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