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Oct.15.2010
SULU flyer
SULU DC poetry reading, including poets Jen Kwok, Kyi May Kaung at the Dome, Artisphere, in Rosslyn, VA (former Newseum building) walking distance from Rosslyn Metro, Orange or Blue Line, greater DC area --   Oct 16th Sat., 7-10 PM  ticketed.
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Jan.01.2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgJ809QKmas
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Sep.22.2009
http://kyimaykaung.blogspot.com/2008/03/kyi-may-kaungs-art-shows-in-bali...
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Sep.06.2009
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominick_Dunne
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Sep.01.2009
http://www.backalleywebzine.com/   by Richard Helms
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Aug.31.2009
Fire in the Soul, edited by Dinyar Godrej
http://kyimaykaung.blogspot.com/   Fire in the Soul is edited by Dinyar Godrej and published by Amnesty International and The New Internationalist.   Two of the poems are from Burma.
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Aug.25.2009
http://china.poetryinternationalweb.org/piw_cms/cms/cms_module/index.php...
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Aug.25.2009
http://fulltilt.ncu.edu.tw/Content.asp?I_No=16&Period=2
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Aug.20.2009
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/wideangle/episodes/eyes-of-the-storm/full-episod...
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Aug.20.2009
http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1911633,00.html An amazing book, especially the first one. The voice never lags, and goes on briskly in its honest and vivid manner. I think Angela's Ashes and Tis were originally one long autobiographical novel, and then were cut masterfully in half....
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Aug.06.2009
http://space710atkefa.blogspot.com/ Look forward to seeing you at some of the related events -- a Burma update and a performance piece called "Words as Weapons of War" and the opening reception.  For detailed info see Kefa Cafe, Space 7-10 blogsite above.
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Aug.05.2009
I am always worried I will run out of paper or pencils and pens, money or brain matter before I die. As an immigrant, I have only my memories to stand on, and so I am worried about my writing. As a political dissident, I can't go home to Burma anytime soon, as long as the present junta stays in...
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