U Win Tin’s Personal Message

Along with the letter that I received and that was published front page in The Independent newspaper, U Win Tin has issued a brief personal video message about this campaign as he comes face to face with himself on the front cover of Amnesty International magazine (May/June issue).

The video message is personal and so remains private, but for now here is a brief clip plus a still taken from the video:

You can also view a message U Win Tin issued for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on her birthday here on the Foreign Office Facebook page.

U Win Tin – ‘Face to Face with my Hero’

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U Win Tin: Face to Face With My Hero

Rightfully emblazoned on the front cover of Amnesty International magazine (May/June edition) is the face of U Win Tin with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s name written on his palm… the most fitting place possible for his portrait to be published on the magazine of the world’s biggest human rights organisation.

The interview was done amidst the backdrop of a tense Bangkok as red shirts were staging defiant protests also. You can read the article in the image below if you have good eyesight or failing that join Amnesty International and you can get a copy of the magazine every month… although I can’t guarantee I’ll get U Win Tin on the cover every time… but I’ll try!

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