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Subject: Re: Don't call us not to go to Myanmar Embassy. 

Dear GM;
Thank you GM for asking me the questions of who are Burmese students in
Japan and who is KoKORo?

First, Burmese students, who are paying the tuition fees from their
pockets in Japan, have been facing very difficulties financially and
physically. The financial problem is that the students have to pay
taxes to the so-called Mayanmar Embassy in Tokyo, $70 dollars for per
month, plus tuition fees, at least $2,500.00 plus deposit for one year
school's program.  Therefore, they have to look for any kind of job in
order to support themselves, such as dish washer, and etc known as
"3-D", dirty, danger, and damage. But they work very hard to achieve
their educational goals and to fulfil their careers. But there are no
jobs for them in Burma since the SPDC-SLORC has been misruling the
country. But they are grateful for themselves. Needless to say but it
is  true that they are inactive in democracy movements. Lets put that
way, let it be whatever it has to be, but in the future, it---a stone,
can be a ruby. Who knows?

Finally, to tell the true, I do not know who he/she is kokoro. But I am
surprised by his massage challenging to all of us. You, GM, are
absolutely right comment about restoration of democracy and justice in
Burma is every body's business, Burmese or non-Burmese. So lets fight
for rights together?

Thank you?  


--- Gorcng <gorcng@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear Nyi Lwin
> Thank you very mach for your explanation about
> "student" to
> burmanet-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I still want to know
> about what kind of Burma
> student in Japan are.If you know please tell me.
> I don't want to believe the KOKORO
> <<kokoro007@xxxxxxxxxxx> is a Burma
> student. Who is this person? If he is a Burma
> student, why he wrote below
> ugly rubbish ? 
> <bold><italic>He wrote;
> Dear all of the so-called democratic associations in
> Japan,
> We, Myanmar students in Japan, welcome the goodwill
> of The Embassy of
> The Union of Myanmar, Tokyo. Even though this is the
> first time for
> us, we greately appreciate it.
> "Invitation to all Myanmar Students by Myanmar
> Embassy, Tokyo"  is
> our( Myanmar students') business. Not yours. 
> Please don't call us not to go to Myanmar Embassy. 
> KOKORO( Heart )
> One of The Myanmar Students in Japan

> End
> </italic></bold>
> I believe the Burma democracy is the business of all
> Burmese, and all
> Nationalities in Burma, no one have any right to
> destroy it directly or
> indirectly except SPDC. Democracy is "come from
> people for the people by
> the people".But Somebody think the democracy mean "
> come from a group for
> a group by a group". Be notice even the SPDC, they
> really ever have that
> kind of democracy for a group.
> I will be in waiting of hearing about the 007KoKoro
> from you all.. 
> Compatriot Gonshyn Mahn .

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