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Paw Oo Tun; better known by his alias Min Ko Naing,  is the President of Universities Student Union of Burma and a leading democracy activist and dissident. (Photo - JPaing)
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Min Ko Naing
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12. July 2013
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U Ye Htut, Minister for the Ministry of Information of Burma and Presidential Spokesman. ( Photo - JPaing / The Irrawaddy)
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U Ye Htut
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28. June 2013
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Bertil Lintner (born 1953) is a Swedish journalist, author and strategic consultant who has been writing about Asia for nearly four decades.[1] He was formerly the Burma correspondent of the now defunct Far Eastern Economic Review and currently works as a correspondent for Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet and Denmark's Politiken. (Photo - Sai Zaw)
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Bertil Lintner
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28. November 2013
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U Phyoe wai yar zar chairman myanmar marketing committee. ( Photo - JPaing / The Irrawaddy )
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Phyoe Wai Yar Zar
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29. August 2014
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24-12-10 Lt-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, Ministry of Defense
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Lt-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, Ministry of Defense
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24. December 2010
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Larry Jay Diamond is a political sociologist and leading contemporary scholar in the field of democracy studies. He is a professor of Sociology and Political Science (by courtesy) at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution
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Larry Diamond
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29. December 2013
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Man making cotton for kachin weaving at Myitkyina in Kachin State. ( Photo - Thaw Hein Htet / The Irrawaddy)
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Kachin Weaving
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5. August 2014
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Untitled
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20. November 2010
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28-07-15 Photo:- JPaing Myanmar model, Phu Ngone.
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Model, Phu Ngone
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28. July 2014
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Deputy Chairman, Kanbawza Bank (KBZ), Myanmar.
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U Than Lwin
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13. January 2014
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Tin Aye is a retired Burmese lieutenant general  and currently chairs the country's Union Election Commission.  In the Burmese general election, 2010, he contested a Pyithu Hluttaw seat in Tada-U Township and won. (Photo - JPaing)
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Tin Aye
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19. October 2014
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Dr.Thet Thet Khine Vice-President MYANMAR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ASSOCIATION , Managing Director of Golden Palace Gold and Jewellery,  Jewel Collection Manufacturing Co.Ltd ,  Forever Gems and Director of Victorious Gems. She is Joint Secretary General  of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce and lndustry and VP of the Myanmar Women Entrepreneurs Association.  Currently, she is a PhD candidate at Walden University in the USA. (Photo - JPaing)
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Dr.Thet Thet Khine
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6. December 2013
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Managing Director/ founder of FAME Pharmaceuticals founded the FAME Clinic to promote the wellness of people and supplement the benefit of healthy living through using Natural and Organic Phyto-medicines in Myanmar. (Photo - Sai Zaw)
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Dr. Khin Maung Lwin
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18. February 2015
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Larry Jay Diamond is a political sociologist and leading contemporary scholar in the field of democracy studies. He is a professor of Sociology and Political Science (by courtesy) at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution
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Larry Diamond
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29. December 2013
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Tin Aye is a retired Burmese lieutenant general  and currently chairs the country's Union Election Commission.  In the Burmese general election, 2010, he contested a Pyithu Hluttaw seat in Tada-U Township and won. (Photo - JPaing)
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Tin Aye
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19. October 2014
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Spokesperson for the National Network for Education Reform (NNEC)
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Dr.Thein Lwin
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8. March 2015
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Bertil Lintner (born 1953) is a Swedish journalist, author and strategic consultant who has been writing about Asia for nearly four decades.[1] He was formerly the Burma correspondent of the now defunct Far Eastern Economic Review and currently works as a correspondent for Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet and Denmark's Politiken. (Photo - Sai Zaw)
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Bertil Lintner
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28. November 2013
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