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October 3, 2009 at 9:46 am

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Picasa & YouTube: Gwangju Prize for Human Rights to Ko Min Ko Naing

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2009 Gwanju Human Rights Prize for Min Ko Naing, Burmese leading activist fighting for National Reconciliation and Democratization in Burma

Please see all pictures of the prize ceremony in South Korea

Picasa :  http://picasaweb.google.co.kr/flyingpeacock619/KoMinKoNaingGwangJu#

Source: email- Zaw Moe Aung <zmaburma@gmail.com>

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South Korea has awarded its highest human rights award Gwangju Prize for Human Rights to Burmas leading student activist Min Ko Naing, who is currently serving 65 years of imprisonment, for peacefully protesting in August 2007.

Chanho Kim, Director of the May 18 Memorial Foundation, the group that bestowed the award said, Min Ko Naing was chosen for the award in recognition of his commitment and struggle for democracy and human rights, despite the ruling military juntas repression.

We have chosen Min Ko Naing this year, because of his commitment in the struggle for democracy and human rights under the repressive rule. Moreover, we want ”

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May 23, 2009 at 8:03 am

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Burmese Human Rights Day activity in Japan (13-3-2009)

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(၂၁)ႏွစ္ေျမာက္ ျမန္မာ့လူ႔အခြင့္အေရးေန႔ ခ်ီတက္ဆႏၵျပပြဲ

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Campaign Movement for the 21st Anniversary of Burmese Human Rights Day, Tokyo, Japan

In the demonstration marching through crowded central Tokyo, we shouted slogans in Japanese to let the Japanese people know about Burma’s plights, especially lack of human rights and rule of law as well as unlawful detention of political activists. In addition, we demanded to release them immediately.

While passing the Burmese Embassy, our slogans were changed to Burmese language so that the Burmese military regime could hear.

The total number of the Burmese activists participating in this demonstration was over 200.

At the same time, another group of Burmese activists in Tokyo marched to the United Nations House in Shibuya, too, for their demonstration against the Burmese junta.

Let me rewrite our slogans;

  1. Myanmar gunji seiken wa Aung San Suu Kyi shi to subete no seijishu o shakuho shiro …..(seijishu o shakuho shiro)
  2. Myanmar gunji seiken wa minshuka seiryoku to no taiwa o ….. (minshuka seiryoku to no taiwa o)
  3. Myanmar gunji seiken wa kokumin e no jinken shinkai o yamero …..(jinken shinkai o yamero)
  4. Fukosei na saiban seido de minshuka seiryoku e no apaku o yamero …..(apaku yamero)
  5. Myanmar gunji seiken wa kokumin ni jiken to jiyuu…..(jinken to jiyuu o)
  6. Biruma no jinken mondai wa seikai no jinken mondai ….. (jinken no nai biruma o wasurenaide)
  7. Nihon seifu wa biruma minshuka ni kouka teki dewa nai aimai na koui o yamero ….. (aimai na koui o yamero)
  8. Biruma minshuka katsudo wa shouri suruzo …(shori suruzo)

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Opening speech in a park of Minami Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

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Shouting slogans in front of the Embassy of Burma in Tokyo, Japan

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Closing speech

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It’s me (Left) wearing a raincoat

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March 13, 2009 at 5:06 pm

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