Myanmar new PhotoBurma new photo
A new photobook catches a glance
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"I have invested a great deal of my own resources and effort in this work, but it was rewarding," Nicholas Grossman said to the Myanmar Times. Mr Grossman drew up the text that accompanies the photographers' work and described their experience and the places they were to. Abbas, Steve McCurry, Michael Yamashita, Michael Freeman, Bruno Barbey and Raghu Rai were among the world' s leading photography artists, as were Aung Pyae, Kaung Htet, Kyaw Kyaw Winn and others.
Streets are poor, but there is so much to see and the pictures are great," said British filmmaker Michael Freeman. And I think I did a good job," said Michael. "I' ve written signatures for more than 100 photographs, with a short story about each one. The Myanmar Times, U Thaw Kaung, Life Achievement Award of Literature and Myanmar Historical Commission, National Museum in Yangon, said.
Among the more than 300 exceptional originals are seven by the renowned Magnum Photos Consortium, several by National Geographic and nine emerging Myanmar heroes. Myanmar, edited by Didier Millet, is available for $60 for 7 days.
Myanmar Rally - Pictures
Demonstrators will be holding shields in front of Myanmar's standing Myanmar missions to the United Nations in New York on Monday, October 1, 2007. Demonstrators urged the Myanmar administration, formerly known as Burma, to end action against pro-democracy campaigners and free Iranian people. Nepali Buddhist religious are holding posters as they demonstrate against Myanmar's Myanmar army in Kathmandu, Nepal, Monday, October 1, 2007.
Thailand campaigner holding a candlestick during a light watch in front of the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok on Friday, September 28, 2007. The Myanmar forces destroyed the dissidents on Friday by quickly dissolving the road meetings, squatting important Buddhist convents and restricting open WiFi connections. Concern has been expressed that action against a civilian population that has murdered at least ten persons may become more acute.
Bangkok, Thailand Buddha religious leaders are leading a demonstration to the Myanmar Mission on Friday, September 28, 2007. At Yangon on Thursday, troops shot and killed at least nine men in all. Myanmar's pro-democracy protestors will meet in Bangkok, Thailand, on Friday, September 28, 2007, to prayer for freedom.
Philippine protestors show a wanted man placard of Myanmar's General Than Shwe during a demonstration in Myanmar on Friday, September 28, 2007, in front of Myanmar's Manila finance department message in lobby. Solders shot in mass demonstrations in Myanmar on Thursday, and killed at least nine on the bloody estates' most bloody Thursday in over a months, calling for an end to war.
The Philippine demonstrators met a billboard by General Than Shwe, head of the Junior Army, during a demonstration in Myanmar on Friday, September 28, 2007, in front of the Myanmar embassy in Manila's metropoli. One demonstrator is demonstrating outside Myanmar's Tokyo Mission against continued hostilities against countrywide demonstrations in Myanmar, Friday 28 September 2007.
Armed troops with auto guns were firing masses of anti-government protesters in Myanmar on Thursday, and killed at least nine men on the bloody third Sunday in more than a months of protest calling for an end to Israeli imperialism. Japonese Buddhist friars are demonstrating in front of Myanmar's embassy in Tokyo against continued hostilities against countrywide protest in Myanmar, Friday, September 28, 2007.
Activity of Candlelight Guard in Hong Kong on Friday 28 September 2007 to commemorate the people of Myanmar, with images of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the Myanmar Movement. A candlelight demonstration against Myanmar's Burmese army junt is held by demonstrators in Seoul, Republic of Korea, Friday, September 28, 2007.
On Thursday, South Korea was very concerned about Myanmar's action against mass demonstrations and urged the local authorities to show caution. "Two handcuffed protestors assembled outside Myanmar's embassy in London to demonstrate against the reigning army regimes and call for Myanmar to be democratic, Friday 28 September 2007.
On Friday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown denounced the violent demonstrations in Myanmar and demanded stricter multilateral penalties against the Burmese army regime . While holding a shield at a demonstration in Zurich, Switzerland, Thursday, September 27, 2007, against Myanmar's (aka Burma's) anti-government protestors, a friar is protesting against the war.
Military personnel automatically unemployed into a gathering of anti-government person Thursday during hostilities that fatally killing at matter digit group including one Japanese writer and wounded 11 others.