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Muslim Mayoritas Tidak Boleh Menzhalimi Non-Muslim Minoritas

Sedang hangat berita kaum Muslimin yang menjadi minoritas di suatu negeri dizhalimi oleh orang kafir yang menjadi mayoritas di sana, hingga kaum Muslimin terusir dari tanah air mereka. Tentu kita sebagai sesama Muslim merasa kesedihan yang amat menda...

De Lima: PHL will protect ‘genuine’ asylum seekers

Echoing Malacañang's position, the Department of Justice on Monday stressed the Philippine government is bound by an international pact to extend humanitarian assistance to refugees, like the more than 2,000 "boat people" forced to leave Myanmar and...
by Tech Pinoy on May 18, 2015

Pressure mounts on Myanmar over Asia ‘boat people’ crisis

KUALA LUMPUR/KOH LIPE, Thailand - Malaysia prodded Myanmar on Sunday to halt the exodus from its shores as concern grew for uncounted migrants adrift in rickety boats around the Andaman Sea.The United Nations has called on Southeast Asian nations not...
by Tech Pinoy on May 17, 2015

Myanmar – PaO people near Inle Lake – Life off the grid in remote Shan Hills

Living just a few kilometers away from the bustling settlements and well-worn paths around Myanmar’s Inle Lake are villages that still live off the grid. A strong sense of community has helped them adapt to the modern world and continue to su...
by India Travel Blog on May 16, 2015

Faces on Friday - Children - Inle Lake - Myanmar

Children again for my Faces on Friday feature, as they make such enthusiastic and willing subjects.  If you are interested in seeing more photos of my travels in Myanmar, you will find another post about Inle Lake here.
by Travel Tales on May 15, 2015

The Road to Mandalay — Yangon to Mandalay By Train

We’re nearing the end of a month in Myanmar — a month filled with the sort of travelling experiences we relish that are increasingly rare in a rapidly developing Southeast Asia. We’ll be sorry to see it come to an end. We kicked off our...
by grantourismo on May 11, 2015

Hundreds of refugees arrive in Malaysia, Indonesia after Thai crackdown

LHOKSUKON, Indonesia/KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia detained more than a thousand Bangladeshi and Rohingya refugees, including dozens of children, police said, a day after authorities rescued hundreds stranded off the coast of Indonesia's western tip.There...
by Tech Pinoy on May 11, 2015

Almost 500 Rohingya rescued off Indonesia – officials

JAKARTA, Indonesia - Rescuers Sunday brought ashore 469 migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh after their wooden boat arrived off Aceh in northwest Indonesia, an official said."We received a report from fishermen this morning that there were boat peop...
by Tech Pinoy on May 10, 2015

Thailand questions 117 migrants as it races to meet crackdown deadline

RATTAPHUM, Thailand - Thai authorities on Saturday questioned more than 100 migrants discovered in the country's south to determine whether they were victims of human trafficking, as Thailand races to meet a deadline to uncover people smuggling camps...
by Tech Pinoy on May 9, 2015

A Burmese food tour in Yangon

A walking tour along the streets of Yangon tasting interesting Burmese dishes.
by vegeTARAian on May 3, 2015

A Burmese food tour in Yangon

A walking tour along the streets of Yangon tasting interesting Burmese dishes.
by vegeTARAian on May 3, 2015

More bodies exhumed at mass grave in suspected Thai trafficking camp

PEDANG BESAR, Thailand - Dozens of police and volunteers exhumed six more bodies on Saturday in the second day of digging out a mass grave near a suspected human trafficking camp on a hillside deep in a southern Thai jungle.The digging site, in Sadao...
by Tech Pinoy on May 2, 2015

Faces on Friday - Child Portrait - Inle Lake - Myanmar

Once again this week I have chosen to feature another delightful child that I captured on my camera during my travels.  This child was living in a stilt house on Inle Lake in Myanmar, completely at ease with their surroundings, as you can see fr...
by Travel Tales on May 1, 2015

The Colorful Market of Nyaung U in Bagan

Frameless World - Travel Photography During my stay in Bagan, Myanmar, I stayed at Nyaung U, a town just few kilometers away from old Bagan. Most of the budget accommodations are located in Nyaung U and this town is a home to one of the most colorful...
by Frameless World on Apr 29, 2015

Uniknya Festival Kason Di Myanmar

Travel Blog Reservasi – Festival Kason dirayakan di bulan Mei, periode paling panas di Myanmar. Salah satu elemen alam penting dalam perayaan ini adalah air yang mengalir tanpa henti dalam proses upacara keagamaan nya. Hampir di setiap kuil besar d...
by Reservasi.com on Apr 22, 2015

Magical Sunrise in Bagan, Myanmar

Frameless World - Travel Photography Bagan is one of Myanmar’s most famous destinations for tourism. There are many ways to explore Bagan’s many temples, either by bike, by taxi, by scooter, by horse carriage or by big tourist bus. In my opinion,...
by Frameless World on Apr 20, 2015

Exploring the city of Yangon, Myanmar

Friendly Burmese people, fresh food and a golden pagoda.
by vegeTARAian on Apr 19, 2015

Exploring the city of Yangon, Myanmar

Friendly Burmese people, fresh food and a golden pagoda.
by vegeTARAian on Apr 19, 2015

Playing Kick Volleyball in Myanmar

During my photography tour to Myanmar last year, we were gallivanting in a small village in central Mynamar, in some very picturesque locations. At the hour of sunset, we found these guys engaged in a serious game of Kick Volleyball. The houses of th...
by India Travel Blog on Apr 10, 2015

Human-Powered Ferris Wheel in Myanmar (Video)

Now that’s a workout! via Arbroath The post Human-Powered Ferris Wheel in Myanmar (Video) appeared first on iHomeWalls.
by Harga Mania on Apr 10, 2015


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