January second Women’s Corner program presents a year-ender of significant quotes by Burmese Women .
Earlier last year, in an interview with VOA, Burmese Service , Burmese democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi talked about her party, National League For Democracy’s (NLD)commitment towards establishing democracy in Burma and the 1991 Nobel laureate appealed for the Burmese people to support the cause.
Dr. Cynthia Maung of Mae Daw Clinic, Maesot, Thailand expressed her gratitude to the Burmese people and the international community for helping her clinic serve those in need. She appealed for continued support as there is a lot more to be done.
In 2003, the death of renowned Burmese writer Daw Khin Hnin Yu on January 21st. was a great loss in the world of Burmese women . Her famous Burmese novels reflect love, life and reality. Once in her literary talk entitled …"All I know is love”, Daw Khin Hnin Yu expressed about love, hatred and revenge in life.
Naw Lo Too Moh , a young ethnic–Karen from the Thai-Burma border was in New York, late 2003 on a three-month internship program with National Coalition Government of the Union Of Burma (NCGUB). She noted the tragic plight of Burmese refugees, internally displaced people and illegal workers in Thailand.