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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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Colonialism without Empire

What more proof is more wanted when Moe Set Wine, the proud winner of 2009 Miss China-Burma, appeared in the Universities Champion League Football together with Nay Shwe Thway Aung, (a k a Poe La Byae, pet name in Burmese means his pennies is a little too large for him) a notorious grandson of former dictator Than Shwe, send the speculation mill grinding that after all, the Union of Burma is nothing more than like Tibet, the 6th autonomous regions of China but in name only.

Colonialism without Empire
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100 lives rescued in year 2013: Significant achievement by lifeguards

Coast Guard lifeguards reached yet another important milestone in their lifesaving activities today (16th October) by rescuing the 100th person for year 2013.

100 lives rescued in year 2013: Significant achievement by lifeguards
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Letter from America: Thoughts on Bangladesh – 2

It is impossible for Bangladesh to move up in the economic ladder without meeting its energy needs. In recent decades, with stronger economy demand for higher standard of living has become a norm, which is dependent on energy. A personal example may shed some light here.

Letter from America: Thoughts on Bangladesh – 2
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Mr Asbo & son Asboy: feathered clan terrorising Cambridge waterways

Boaters, canoeists, and swimmers on the River Cam in Cambridge, England breathed a collective sigh of relief when an aggressive swan, nicknamed Mr Asbo, which had been terrorising the area since 2009, was finally relocated in April this year, following a lengthy bureaucratic process.

Mr Asbo & son Asboy: feathered clan terrorising Cambridge waterways
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