Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Burmese refugees see no change from summit

Soe Maung, who runs Kyen Sein Hein, a Burmese restaurant in the West Side Bazaar, has been in this country for nine years after he and his family were forced to  leave Myanmar because of his parentspolitical affiliations. Though the new government is said to be less restrictive, he said he doesnt think there has been much change and doesn't expect much from the international summit to be held in Myanmar next month. Full story by Autumn Evans, Olive Porter and Melissa Zimmermann.