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Flawless hostage: The life of Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's prisoner of conscience - Justin Wintle The" gripping and convincing" tale of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, the world's best-known prisoners of conscience Publishers Weekly. Burma, a high-ranking UNO officer said, is a land where "turning your mind alone can mean prison or death". Burma's best hopes for liberty are held by Aung San Suu Kyi.

She has been under housebreaking detention since 1989 for her unshakable dedication to non-violent opposition to the country's violent army junta. 2. In spite of poor public relations, defamation by the Myanmar press and real detention in one of the most terrible prisons in the entire planet, Suu Kyi has conducted a non-violent protests that is as tireless as that of Gandhi, King and Mandela.

The most thorough life of Suu Kyi to date, Perfect Hostage recounts the history of both the Myanmar tribe and an everyday man who became a heroes.


At Kyaukphyu, where the Sino-Myanmese Oil and Natural Gas Pipelines began, the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), which is in charge of the offshore pipeline construction contract, has constructed a 650,000 m3 tank and piped flowing waters to three surrounding towns. China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) is in charge of the Myitsone Dam investment program.

More than 100 specialists from China and Myanmar worked on assessing the project's environmental impacts in the surrounding basin and came to a positive result. In the construction of the Tagaung Taung Nickel Mine on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, the company spent almost RMB 240 million on the most modern collection system.

Historic notes indicate that China's Myanmar exchange with China dates back to the Han Dynasty. Throughout the thriving Tang Dynasty, the Pyu State Emperor brought a group of artists to Chang'an, the old Chinese city. On China's National Day in 1960, U Nu, then Myanmar's premier, took a mission of more than 400 members from the worlds of the arts, cinema and the arts to China, and the Myanmese Cultural Week took place in Beijing.

On Myanmar's Independence Day in January 1961, Prime Minister Zhou Enlai in turn took a mission of over 530 persons from the worlds of the arts, cinema and the arts to Myanmar, and the Chinese Week of Chinese Civilization was held in Yangon. The Chinese and Myanmar Departments of Education and the Arts concluded a Memorandum of Understanding on Arts Co-operation in January 1996.

We are continuing the catalogue of intercultural links: Myanmic groups have been appearing at the Asian Arts Festival of the Chinese Ministry of Culture since 1998. China and Myanmar in 2004 and June 2005 successfully hosted the Chinese Culture Month in Yangon; China's Disabled People's Performance Arts Troupe and Acrobatic Troupe in 2011 and 2012 hosted appearances in Myanmar;

The first China-Myanmar Fraternal Friendlihood joint efforts were organised in May 2012 by the China NGO Network for International Exchanges (CNIE) and the China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD) to strengthen Sino-Myanmar friendships, intensify practical co-operation and strengthen long-standing friendships. Dr Win believes that some of the ideas put forward by the West are not acceptable to the Myanmesen, as Myanmar has deep roots in Myanmar's buddhist philosophies.

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