No Time for Dreams: Living in Burma under Military Rule
No Time for Dreams: Living in Burma under Military Rule By Carolyn Wakeman and San San Tin, Introduction by Emma Larkin has "SPECIAL ONLINE PRE-PUBLICATION DISCOUNT at $29.96 (25% Off).
It is going to be published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Compelling images of cinnamon-robed monks confronting the guns and clubs of Burma's military junta outraged the world in September 2007 and San San Tin Inspired by the legacy of her father Ba Tin's struggle against British colonialism beginning in the 1930s, infuses her journey from school girl to journalist and, briefly, to businesswoman with an unbroken spirit of resistance.
Offering a compassionate insider's view of politics, culture, religion, and family during nearly half a century of unrelenting dictatorship, this riveting personal story traces an arc of decline to reveal the bitter fate of a once-prosperous and cosmopolitan society.
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2010 BAWA Annual General Meeting And Election
Happy New Year 2010! BAWA Wishing everyone to have successful and prosperous moments in this year 2010..
BAWA would like to invite you all to come out and suppose BAWA's election. We will give an update of BAWA’s 2009 Activities that we have leaded, and/or participated. We will also share our plans for 2010 and our vision for the future. Financial report will be presented and new changes to Bylaw will be informed as well.
Please mark your calendar and make sure to come out to support BAWA and its causes.
Where: 19400 Sorenson Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014
When: Saturday January 23th 2010 at 1PM-3PM
Refreshments will be served. You are welcome to bring snacks or drinks to share also.
Burmese American Women Alliance