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In the same motive, he, along his friends travels to Myanmar on a smuggling deal in an illegal route via road crossing the borders, for Siya. Venkat's fancy-looking, street-smart goes awfully wrong as his money that he earned mysteriously goes missing in Yangon, Myanmar. This brings a disgrace to him and Siya amidst traders in the Chennai market. Venkat, in order to clear further debts, indulges in kidnap and ransom demanding.
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In a mishap, the three friends accidentally shoot the kidnapped kid. Things go awry. Furthermore, the plot unfolds the mystery, and the blatant truth is shown to Venkat.
We hid in the jungle for a few months. Other families from another village came to live with us. Together, we had about people. Then, we faced a new problem: food. If we stayed there longer, we would run out of food.
It was very dangerous for us to return to the village. The elders decided we would travel to the borderline to seek refuge in Thailand. I did not want to go. After we crossed the Tenasserim River and the mountain beyond it, we arrived safely in Thailand at a temporary place.
We were allowed to build our house on 81 square feet of ground, not more than that. Our roof was black plastic. We could not leave the camp.
After 9 p.
Every month, I had to line up to get food at the store. Around 9, refugees lived in our camp. Another nine refugee camps were established along the Thailand-Burma border. Image: Sunday Htoo Karen girls perform a cultural dance in the refugee camp during a campaign to stop violence against women.
There were no school buildings. At first, we had to study at our teacher's house, and sometimes in the community building. Before we got a donation for our school, one of our teachers who is now in St. Paul, Minnesota used pieces of cardboard and charcoal for teaching because we did not have chalk or a chalkboard.
My class started at 7 a. Then another class had to come in. Every year, we got a better building and school supplies. I finished high school there in When I was in high school, I prayed so hard and fast and read the Bible every day before I went to sleep. This is not the real world.
For them, it is like an ocean. I knew that the world was out there; the ocean was out there, waiting for us to see.
I prayed and sought my way out of the refugee camp and started learning to use a computer, the internet, English, and news reporting with my Karen news group. I left the camp illegally and was arrested by Thai police two times before I made it to Chiang Mai, the second biggest city in Thailand.
I enrolled in a journalism course in Chiang Mai.
This is where I met my husband. He was from another refugee camp trying to earn his GED diploma at another school in the same city. God gave me even more than I had asked.
I got a husband who loves and values education, loves and cares for family, is kind, and helps everyone. He never looks down on people.
He does not drink alcohol, does not smoke, loves God, and is patient. He is a slow and quiet person while I have an open personality, go at a fast speed, and am not as quiet. I can never thank God enough for giving me such a fine husband. We got married in the refugee camp on September 4, , after finishing at our school. The day after our wedding, my parents and siblings resettled to the United States.
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My parents were in tears on their departure day. When my mother asked us to follow them to the US, I lied and told her that I would. I wanted them to feel happy on their trip, but I had no intention to follow.
I went back to work as a Karen reporter, and my husband worked as a translator for a Karen publisher. We continued to live outside the refugee camp and did not want to come to the US.
It took us five years to decide to join my family. What changed? Our first child was born.
From the time I became pregnant with her, we tried many ways and spent a lot of money for her to receive a Thai national ID. We wanted her to be a Thai citizen.
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But it did not happen as we planned and wanted. We did not want to live as stateless people anymore. We did not want our children to go through what we went through, with no national identity, uncertain about the future.
From there we could apply for resettlement in the US. Someone is running for their life right now in Burma, or another country torn by war. We soon encountered a new problem. Venkat decides to do one last job. He, with his closest friends of life, Kumaran and Tiptop a. Sasi Daniel Annie Pope , he indulges in gold smuggling to clear Siya's debts with the profits earned.
In the same motive, he, along his friends travels to Myanmar on a smuggling deal in an illegal route via road crossing the borders, for Siya. Venkat's fancy-looking, street-smart goes awfully wrong as his money that he earned mysteriously goes missing in Yangon, Myanmar.
This brings a disgrace to him and Siya amidst traders in the Chennai market. Venkat, in order to clear further debts, indulges in kidnap and ransom demanding.Tobacco is one of the main ingredients in the betel quid.
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In the blank rhyming poems. These act as stimulants and have effects similar to that of drinking coffee. Our roof was black plastic. I went back to work as a Karen reporter, and my husband worked as a translator for a Karen publisher.
I did not have money to download the things I needed for study or even for snacks.