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Quickfire TV: Reeve found that some of the new Burma shows were'very disturbing'.
Burma (also known as Myanmar ) has begun to open up to travelers in recent years. Before the Rohingya disaster began to unfold last sommer, we planned and talked about these trips, and then, when it did, we thought it was even more important to try to go there, to go around and try to find out what was going on on Earth.
We have tried to show other facets of Burmese living and explored other areas of the Burmese ethnicity where similar events have taken place. HOW WAS IT TO SEE THE RHINGYA CRISIS FIRST HAND? Nothin' can ever really prep you for the awesome emotion you experience when you hear the tales of those who have been suffering and when you see with your own eye the huge drama and tragedy of the world.
Rather than going to the Rohingya areas within Burma, we traveled to Bangladesh and then returned to the Myanmar frontier to visit what is now the world's biggest shelter. There' s all such things as man's existence. This young man, a Rohingya man, who had returned across the frontier to try to inspect his Burma farming.
When he was captured by the Myanmar army, he was severely beat up and endangered with his own lives. I had to fix his severely hemorrhaging brain and then take him to a country clinic.
The second program takes us to the east of Burma - we somehow get sneaked across the boarder and had to walk through the jungles at nights to avoid military patrols. 2. It was definitely a clot in the belly. He is the one I want him to do interesting and thrilling things in my boy's world, and I gave him a great gift when he broke his foot or when he broke something, because that means he takes a thrill.
However, my intention is to bind him to me later in my career so he can't joke around the aisle. Myanmar With Simon Reeve is on BBC Two and the BBC iPlayer on Sundays.