“Hi Travel Educators
This is an excellent article. As a 3rd or 4th generation overseas Chinese, my family lost the language when grandfather migrated to Burma at age 13, and now only know our clan name and not even the village he came from.
In a more recent forced migration, we are also losing our Burmese to the English language. But some things remain, especially food.
Thank you also for posting the VOA video about my art show on this site.”
Kyi May Kaung
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