Meet Win Min from Myanmar

Keats, Paul
September 2013
Skipping Stones;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p34
The article profiles community activist Win Min, a student at the University of Oregon, who organized disaster relief efforts for the victims of the typhoon Nargris in Burma in 2008. It mentions that Min is determined to earn a master's degree to help the people in his country. It cites that he received a scholarship from the university after he attended a conference on English teaching in Thailand. It notes that he teaches about his culture in the local community as part of his scholarship.


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