Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures ePUB

Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures ePUB

Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures [Read] ➬ Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures Author Christophe Loviny – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The only real prison is fear and the only real freedom is freedom from fearPlaced under house arrest for almost fifteen years, Aung San Suu Kyi has become the symbol of peaceful opposition to her coun The only real prison Suu Kyi: eBook ☆ is fear and the only real freedom is freedom from fearPlaced under house arrest for almost fifteen years, Aung San Suu Kyi has become the symbol of peaceful opposition to her country s military government With her non violent activism and passion for freedom and human rights, she follows in the footsteps of Ghandi, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond TutuAuthorised by Aung San Suu Kyi, and featuring this extraordinary woman s own Aung San ePUB ´ personal photographs, papers and words, AUNG SAN SUU KYI A LIFE HER WORDS AND PICTURES tells the powerful story of the Nobel Prize winner s twenty years of exclusive dedication to the defence of democracy in Burma Accompanying this never before seen material are moving photographs and insightful captions from Christophe Loviny that illuminate the Lady of Rangoon s strength, dedication and humanityAbout the AuthorFor than forty years, Christophe Loviny has worked in Burma and elsewhere in San Suu Kyi: Epub ß Asia, documenting the human condition with passion, empathy and dignity A celebrated journalist, photographer and author of several biographies, he is the founder of a photographic festival in Rangoon, of which Aung San Suu Kyi is the patronBook Specifications.


10 thoughts on “Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures

  1. Linh Linh says:

    This book has a lot of pictures, so it take less time for me to consume it I read it one month ago probably and still lacked 10pages to finish For that reason, when i pick it up today, i almost forgot the details of the book However, what leaves in me is still a courageous women who has sacrified the time to be with her family and even freedom to fight for Myanmar s indenpendence At the end of book is Myanmar history timeline and an essay from Aung San Suu Kyi in 1990 I seemed to skip This book has a lot of pictures, so it take less time for me to consume it I read it one month ago probably and still lacked 10pages to finish For that reason, when i pick it up today, i almost forgot the details of the book However, what leaves in me is still a courageous women who has sacrified the time to be with her family and even freedom to fight for Myanmar s indenpendence At the end of book is Myanmar history timeline and an essay from Aung San Suu Kyi in 1990 I seemed to skip Myanmar history timeline but i feel relieved that i did not do so Via this timeline, i understand that Myanmar has experienced a hard time to get what it has today From the neighbour country of Myanmar, i did not know anything about this How ashamed i am One lesson that i draw from this book is to update newsfrequently not to miss so many things happenning around the round Considering Suu Kyi s essay, i am really impressed She talked about 4 factors that lead to people degeneration, which are Changda gati Greed , Dosa gati Anger , Moga gati Mistakes because of being stupid and Bhaya gati Fear Among these factors, fear is the most dangerous one because it can cause three left factors She taught me that only by overcoming fear, we will be free and get achievements


  2. Medjie Sophie Medjie Sophie says:

    its a short book,like a summary of her life and in general covera a bit why she is famous and some of her accomplishments There are no particular details of her life during her house arrest though but it jas so many beautiful pictures of suu and her family, her sons, and husband and herself as well as the locals appreciation of her in Myanmar.


  3. Nguyen Khanh Linh Nguyen Khanh Linh says:

    this book was a gift from my dad when i finished elementary school Since then, i have this obsession of reading about women that have made their own impact on the world Aung San Suu Kyi is a compelling example of an incredibly courageous, strong and inspirational women.


  4. Chairunnisa Rauter Chairunnisa Rauter says:

    If only I read this book before learn about her stance on Rohingya, I definitely will become one of her admirers whole heartedly Such a strong and brave woman who put her country above anything personal including her own family She sacrificed the togetherness of her family and chose to stay with her people, despite her believe that separation within family would only bring them a torment.In my opinion, as a human rights activist herself, let alone the holy title nobel peace prize laureate, she If only I read this book before learn about her stance on Rohingya, I definitely will become one of her admirers whole heartedly Such a strong and brave woman who put her country above anything personal including her own family She sacrificed the togetherness of her family and chose to stay with her people, despite her believe that separation within family would only bring them a torment.In my opinion, as a human rights activist herself, let alone the holy title nobel peace prize laureate, she should ve known better of what the minority ethnics like Rohingya need the most it s the chance to living a life without fear I m curious what is the reason behind her silence action toward Rohingya issue, is it really her political calculation to save the Buddhist votes or simply racist malahcurhat bukanreviewbuku yauda


  5. Henry Henry says:

    This was a fascinating insight into both Aung San Suu Kyi and her country, Burma Myanmar The only major issue I would say would be that, in a short space of time, it goes from covering her being imprisoned to her release s , without really talking about what happened during her captivity It also would have been interesting to have heard what happened to her brother, who seems to be her only living relative the book mentions the deaths of her father, mother and brother The author mentions th This was a fascinating insight into both Aung San Suu Kyi and her country, Burma Myanmar The only major issue I would say would be that, in a short space of time, it goes from covering her being imprisoned to her release s , without really talking about what happened during her captivity It also would have been interesting to have heard what happened to her brother, who seems to be her only living relative the book mentions the deaths of her father, mother and brother The author mentions their being conflict between them, but then drops it


  6. Duy Nguyen Duy Nguyen says:

    Short book and mainly photo about one remarkable woman of Myanmar If you want to knowabout Aung Sang Suu Kyi, this is definitely not your choice.In the other hand, this book is a perfect summary of Aung Sang Suu Kyi timeline if you are too busy to read about her incredible sacrifice, this is your match to have a general information on who Aung Sang Suu Kyi is.


  7. Alynn Alynn says:

    This is so interesting Her upbringing reflects how she is heading her country.


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10 thoughts on “Aung San Suu Kyi: A Portrait in Words and Pictures

  1. Linh Linh says:

    This book has a lot of pictures, so it take less time for me to consume it I read it one month ago probably and still lacked 10pages to finish For that reason, when i pick it up today, i almost forgot the details of the book However, what leaves in me is still a courageous women who has sacrified the time to be with her family and even freedom to fight for Myanmar s indenpendence At the end of book is Myanmar history timeline and an essay from Aung San Suu Kyi in 1990 I seemed to skip This book has a lot of pictures, so it take less time for me to consume it I read it one month ago probably and still lacked 10pages to finish For that reason, when i pick it up today, i almost forgot the details of the book However, what leaves in me is still a courageous women who has sacrified the time to be with her family and even freedom to fight for Myanmar s indenpendence At the end of book is Myanmar history timeline and an essay from Aung San Suu Kyi in 1990 I seemed to skip Myanmar history timeline but i feel relieved that i did not do so Via this timeline, i understand that Myanmar has experienced a hard time to get what it has today From the neighbour country of Myanmar, i did not know anything about this How ashamed i am One lesson that i draw from this book is to update newsfrequently not to miss so many things happenning around the round Considering Suu Kyi s essay, i am really impressed She talked about 4 factors that lead to people degeneration, which are Changda gati Greed , Dosa gati Anger , Moga gati Mistakes because of being stupid and Bhaya gati Fear Among these factors, fear is the most dangerous one because it can cause three left factors She taught me that only by overcoming fear, we will be free and get achievements

  2. Medjie Sophie Medjie Sophie says:

    its a short book,like a summary of her life and in general covera a bit why she is famous and some of her accomplishments There are no particular details of her life during her house arrest though but it jas so many beautiful pictures of suu and her family, her sons, and husband and herself as well as the locals appreciation of her in Myanmar.

  3. Nguyen Khanh Linh Nguyen Khanh Linh says:

    this book was a gift from my dad when i finished elementary school Since then, i have this obsession of reading about women that have made their own impact on the world Aung San Suu Kyi is a compelling example of an incredibly courageous, strong and inspirational women.

  4. Chairunnisa Rauter Chairunnisa Rauter says:

    If only I read this book before learn about her stance on Rohingya, I definitely will become one of her admirers whole heartedly Such a strong and brave woman who put her country above anything personal including her own family She sacrificed the togetherness of her family and chose to stay with her people, despite her believe that separation within family would only bring them a torment.In my opinion, as a human rights activist herself, let alone the holy title nobel peace prize laureate, she If only I read this book before learn about her stance on Rohingya, I definitely will become one of her admirers whole heartedly Such a strong and brave woman who put her country above anything personal including her own family She sacrificed the togetherness of her family and chose to stay with her people, despite her believe that separation within family would only bring them a torment.In my opinion, as a human rights activist herself, let alone the holy title nobel peace prize laureate, she should ve known better of what the minority ethnics like Rohingya need the most it s the chance to living a life without fear I m curious what is the reason behind her silence action toward Rohingya issue, is it really her political calculation to save the Buddhist votes or simply racist malahcurhat bukanreviewbuku yauda

  5. Henry Henry says:

    This was a fascinating insight into both Aung San Suu Kyi and her country, Burma Myanmar The only major issue I would say would be that, in a short space of time, it goes from covering her being imprisoned to her release s , without really talking about what happened during her captivity It also would have been interesting to have heard what happened to her brother, who seems to be her only living relative the book mentions the deaths of her father, mother and brother The author mentions th This was a fascinating insight into both Aung San Suu Kyi and her country, Burma Myanmar The only major issue I would say would be that, in a short space of time, it goes from covering her being imprisoned to her release s , without really talking about what happened during her captivity It also would have been interesting to have heard what happened to her brother, who seems to be her only living relative the book mentions the deaths of her father, mother and brother The author mentions their being conflict between them, but then drops it

  6. Duy Nguyen Duy Nguyen says:

    Short book and mainly photo about one remarkable woman of Myanmar If you want to knowabout Aung Sang Suu Kyi, this is definitely not your choice.In the other hand, this book is a perfect summary of Aung Sang Suu Kyi timeline if you are too busy to read about her incredible sacrifice, this is your match to have a general information on who Aung Sang Suu Kyi is.

  7. Alynn Alynn says:

    This is so interesting Her upbringing reflects how she is heading her country.

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