ဒီေန႔ စာတိုက္မွာေရာက္ေနတဲ့ တိုင္းမဂၢဇင္းေလးေတြ႔ေတာ့ ..ဒီတပါတ္ထူသားပဲဆိုျပိး အဖံုးၾကည့္မိပါတယ္။
အဖံုးက ဒေရာ့ဘာ၊ ေလဒီဂါဂါနဲ့ ကလင္တန္ပံု.. ေတြပါျပီး (the 100 most influential people in the world )ေရးထားေတာ့..
ထံုးစံအတိုင္း ေဒၚစုတေယာက္ေတာ့ ပါဥိးမွာပါဆိုျပီး လွန္ေလွာၾကည့္ပါတယ္။
မေတြ႔ဘူးဗ်.။ အဲဒါနဲ့..ေသေသခ်ာခ်ာ ထပ္ၾကည့္ေတာ့ .. စာမ်က္ႏွာ ၁၄၄ မွာ Heroes ဆိုျပီး ေအာက္ဆံုးကအတိုင္း(မူရင္း)ေရးထားတာေလး ေတြ႔ပါတယ္။

တိုင္မ္းမဂၢဇင္းဆိုတာ ကမၻာတည္သေရြ ့ရွိသြားမဲ့ ကမၻာေက်ာ္မဂၢဇင္းၾကီးပါ။ အဲဒီမွာ ဟီးရိုးအေနနဲ့ ကလင္တန္နဲ့တြဲျပီး ေခါင္းစဥ္တူေအာက္မွာ ဗမာလူငယ္ ေနဘုန္းလတ္ အမည္ပါတယ္ဆိုေတာ့..။
အင္း..
ဒို႔ဗမာေတြ… ဂုဏ္ယူစရာတခုတိုးျပန္ျပီေပါ့။
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အဲဒီလိုလူေတြေနတဲ့ တိုင္းျပည္(အမိျမန္မာျပည္) တေန႔ေန႔တခ်ိန္ခ်ိန္မွာ ကမၻာ့ထိပ္တန္းေရာက္လာမယ္လို႔..ထင္မိပါတယ္။

Nay Phone Latt

By Salman Rushdie Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010
here are two photos of Nay Phone Latt that I love. In the first one, he’s in a vacant lot flying a kite. In the other, he’s standing in front of a wall-size King Kong poster, a dinosaur lunging for his right ear.Looking at these, it takes no great leap to guess what he is: a poet and blogger. And since he lives in Burma, you can guess what else he is: a prisoner.

The recipient of this years PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award, Nay Phone Latt, 29, is the voice of a generation of Burmese who are finding ways around an aging regimes desperate censorship. When the junta there cracked down on Buddhist-monk-led demonstrations in 2007 and restricted press coverage, Nay Phone Latts blog was a go-to source for international journalists. For this, he was arrested and is serving 12 years.

As Burma charts its future in this crucial year, what it really needs is kite flyers who stand up to giants. Will the generals let him go free?

Rushdie is a novelist

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