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I'm happy because I become friend of your pulse...my pulse.
I'll post beautiful articles about women in my country, Myanmar. And some poor articles about their poor.
Thank you.

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jadefrank's picture

Welcome To PulseWire!

Dr. Khin Myint Oo,

I am also happy! Happy that you found PulseWire and joined this community of amazing women around the world. I am so eager to your thoughts, ideas and stories on life in Burma. We need your voice!

Did you see the Burma Cafe group? http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/2136

This group could use some stimulation if you have news to share or thoughts to gather.

Welcome!

Warm regards,
Jade

JaniceW's picture

Can't wait to hear from you

I am so thrilled that you have joined our community. I, and many of my friends, have been so anxious for news out of Myanmar as we only read about those things your government chooses the world to see. I know that many of your neighbours in the Irrawaddy Delta region still suffer after Cyclone Nargis hit last year. PulseWire is wonderful for people sharing solutions, the success stories, and I am sure you can provide some insight into the things that the people of Myanmar are doing well, in spite of the hardships and restrictions.

I know that the country is rich in its culture, history and art, and would love for you to share the beauty in Myanmar. Welcome and for those interested in learning more about Myanmar, the BBC World link below is a good starting point.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/asia_pacific/2008/burma_cyclone/defa...

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