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Ashin Mettacara is a Buddhist monk from Burma who is blogging with the aim of spreading news to the whole world about the crisis in Burma.

Owner: mettacara

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Language: English

Tags: Burma, Myanmar, Myanmar Monks, Burmese Monks, Buddhism

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Latest Blog Posts for Ashin Mettacara

  • Burma, Myanmar: Launching the New Website on New Year' Day
    on Dec 31, 2008 in photo news article
    Today is the first day of the new year. January 1 marks the end of a period of remembrance of a particular passing year, especially on radio, television, and in newspapers, which usually starts right after Christmas Day. Publications often have year-...
  • Myanmar: 9 "Free Suu Kyi" protesters arrested in Burma
    on Dec 30, 2008 in photo news
    By Ashin MettacaraNine members of the NLD party were arrested by Burmese police on Tuesday, a witness said.According to the source, eight men and one woman were arrested rouded up and shoved into trucks by plainclothes police officers approximately...
  • Nobel laureates demand Aung San Suu Kyi release
    on Dec 13, 2008 in news
    PARIS (AFP) — Nobel peace laureates urged Europe and the United Nations on Friday to push harder to bring about national reconciliation in Myanmar and the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi."We are here today to remind the world of he
  • Burma: Bush met the writter and bloggers
    on Dec 13, 2008 in news
    By Ashin MettacaraUS President George Bush marked Human Rights Day on Wednesday by meeting with a writer from Sudan and six bloggers from Belarus, China, Cuba, Egypt, Iran, and Myanmar(Burma).Bush first met the writer of " Tears of the Desert"
  • Burma: A Video Message From Freedom Award Winner Laura Bush
    on Dec 9, 2008 in video
    Christian Group Honors Laura Bush for Burma Advocacy (Christian Post)A Christian group that supports the persecuted church presented First Lady Laura Bush with the 2008 Freedom Award for her efforts to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Burma, the...
  • Myanmar: Congratulation to two Burma's bloggers
    on Dec 4, 2008 in news Category 1
    Popular Burmese comedian, film actor, film director, and blogger Zarganar, was sentenced 59 years imprisonment on November 27th. On the same day he was honoured arts awards for human rights (activities?). He was transferred from Rangoon’s Insein P...
  • Burma: Condolence message from a Burmese blogger monk
    on Dec 3, 2008 in news Category 2
    It was with a great sense of loss when I heard of influential economics blogger Doris "Tanta" death.I wanted to let you know that you have my greatest sympathy, and my heart is truly saddened. It is a major loss to the internet friends and blogg
  • Burma: Myanmar Monk Congratulates Cuba Blogger Yoani Sánchez
    on Nov 30, 2008 in Category 3 news
    By Ashin MettacaraI have two news with sadness and happiness: Burma's judical crackdown news and International Awards news. I congratulated yesterday Burma's Comedian Zarganar on his award. Also, I have to say congratulation to Yoani Sánchez to
  • Burma, Myanmar: Congratulation to Comedian Zaganar
    on Nov 28, 2008 in Category 4 news
    By Ashin MettacaraPopular Burmese comedian, film actor, and film director, Zarganar, was sentenced 59 years imprisonment on November 27th. On the same day he was honoured arts awards for human rights (activities?). The Guardian newspaper mentioned th...
  • Myanmar: Burma Jail News Continues; 6 Women Get 6 Years
    on Nov 28, 2008 in news Category 5
    By Ashin MettacaraThe only continuity in Burma is the news about everyday jailing of monks and activists. Many detained monks and activists are also awaiting trial. The judical crackdown continues today. Six women were sentenced to 6 years imprisomen...
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