Monday, January 16, 2006

Cash Aid For Su Su Nway From Japan

Burmese Community in Japan have donated 4400000 Kyat in Burmese currency to Burmese Heroine Su Su Nway, who was imprisoned for successfully defying against forced labour practice by the ruling SPDC military junta. Individuals and Burmese Democratic forces in Japan recently organized a fund-raising event for Su Su Nway and offered their donation in a form of cash aid to her in a ceremony held on 15 Janauary 2005. One of the fund-raisers for Su Su Nway said in an interview with RFA radio that they would find any possible legal means to channel their donation to Su Su Nway whose health condition is said to be worsening further in prison, according to her relatives.
In a further development, Burmese community in Finland have also donated undisclosed amount of cash aid to Su Su Nway after they renamed their Burmese school after Su Su Nway.
Su Su Nway's Blog


Blogger Steve Evergreen said...

I am glad to hear that people are financing Su Su Nway, supporting democratic movement. In fact, Su Su Nway is our hero.


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