THE PEOPLE OF 2004
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THE PEOPLE OF 2004


By The Irrawaddy DECEMBER, 2004 - VOLUME 12 NO.11


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Among his writings is a very well received series of illustrated articles for the magazine Idea.

 

Win Pe Myint’s paintings have been shown at art exhibitions in Japan, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Australia and America.

 

Min Wae AungMin Wae Aung

 

Commercially, Min Wae Aung can be described as Burma’s most successful artist. His works fetch up to US $20,000 on the international market, and a close friend has disclosed that a member of the Spice Girls pop group is among the 44-year-old artist’s customers.

 

Pop Singer________________________________

Htun Eindra Bo

 

Htun Eindra BoHtun Eindra Bo manages to combine her very successful career as a movie actress and pop singer with a deep personal commitment to Buddhism—she served six times as a nun and has attended about 25 meditation retreats. Her interviews with the media are not just superficial chat but contain profound Buddhist thoughts.

 

Her albums consistently make Burma’s top ten list, and she was voted two years running the favorite singer of City FM listeners.



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