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Eh Tha Khu's Journal

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Community: my home, my life, my ambitions

As for me, I want become the one who works for children in poor society all over the world by contacting with organization. … Read More»

Overcome challenges and barriers

There are a lot of challenges and barriers to creating change in my community. … Read More»

Need your helps

I am Naw Eh Tha Khu, Sagaw Karen Ethnic, one of the nationalities in Myanmar, from a town named Pathein, but now I am studying in Bachelor of Arts in Religions Studies (BARS) in Yangon, Myanmar. … Read More»

Benefits of Web 2.0

After reading Web 2.0, I got a lot of knowledge and also information, too. Among them I like collaboration and interacting because we live in the world to communicate each other. … Read More»

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