the golden book

Hermetic order of the golden dawn

Asterix and Obelix golden book

Golden book encyclopedia

Karen network

Tibeto Burman language

SSPS : SPDC : MSD : Rambo

Letter Frequency

Karen magazine

Karen national liberation army

National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma

Central Tibetan Administration

U Thant

Shwedagon pagoda

History of Burma

Karen teachers working group

Queen street riot

979 schools in Karen state

Free Burmer Rangers

Karen land rights in Thailand

Tatmadaw : total people's war

'three totalities': population, time and space (du-thone-du) and 'four strengths': manpower, material, time and morale (Panama-lay-yat).

In the 1870s and 1880s, several thousand Chinese men, mostly from the Guangdong province, migrated to New Zealand to work on the South Island goldfields. Although the first Chinese migrants had been invited by the Otago Provincial government they quickly became the target of hostility from white settlers and laws were enacted specifically to discourage them from coming to New Zealand. Kayan

Rohingya language

Kirin; a word that sounds like Karen

Basij :Tatmadaw

Khin Nyunt : Sein Lwin :Soe Win :Thein Sein :Than Shwe :Ne Win

Aye Zaw Win

Sandra Win

Ledo Road :Lido Shuffel

Than Shwe watch

Than Shwe's house

secret tunnels in Myanmar

Karen army

Karen Buddhhist Army

Pado Mahn Shar


The Karen languages are members of the Tibeto-Burman group of the Sino-Tibetan language family. The three main branches are Sgaw, Pwo, and Pa'o; they are not considered to be mutually intelligible (Lewis 1984). Karenni (also known Kayah or Red Karen) and Kayan (also known as Padaung) are related to the Sgaw branch. They are almost unique among the Tibeto-Burman languages in having a Subject Verb Object word order; other than Karen and Bai, Tibeto-Burman languages feature a Subject Object Verb order [8]. This is likely due to influence from neighboring Mon and Tai languages (Matisoff 1991). Karen national union

Mae Tao clinic

Mae Tao clinic

Salween river

THE FOUR CUTS: aimed at cutting off all supplies of food, funds, recruits and intelligence to opposition groups

black area: brown area: white area

Vanishing tribes of Burma

George Boardman

Chin state

tap water

front films

Kawlah films

Cynthia Muang interview

Cynthia Muang part II

Australia aid to Burma

Karen WW2 history

Australia foreign ministry reaction to the fall of Manerplaw

the fall of Manerplaw

Karen national anthem

WWIV Myanmar Junta news

German bureau of Burma

Phan foundation

Union of Burma boy scouts

Alice U, representitive of Karen in New Zealand