The world is standing with Burmese people
“In support of the incredibly brave friends in
: May all people around the world wear a red shirt on Friday, Sep 28. Please forward” Burma
“We will have gathering at in front of Burmese Embassy, please join and forward to many as possible”
“We are planning a prayer on Saturday at in front of
Angkorfor the Burmese with delegates from at least 20 countries. Join us and spread the word”
These messages were spread around and it did happen. In the afternoon of September 28, around 100 people including Burmese with red shirt gathered in front of the Burmese Embassy in
Phnom Penh: People gathered in front of Burmese Embassy, photo by Sopheap
Mean Lux, who i took his picture from behind, helped to spread the message for Red-shirt today
Honestly, it was my first experience to gather for international sack for peace. I was so excited to join the event since I have known two Burmese friends who got exiled due to their work for human rights. Somehow, once I was told that they could not reveal themselves as human rights activists and they could not even return to their home—Burma—I was shock and I feel a little bit lucky that Cambodian situation is not worse so and I do hope that the Cambodia government will prove its real commitment for democracy and development. i just found that Beth has wrote me a post about the event.
In addition, on Saturday in front of
Last but not least, I do hope that the world responds will help to relieve the situation and it is very important that ASEAN and UN should play its role. Again, The world movements were shown clearly that Burmese people is not alone.