If we put 1988 uprising and Burmese songs in one bucket together, then mix them up and when we pull something back from that bucket, there is just only one thing we can get out of it and that is "Mun Awng".
He is a singer, a revolutionist, an artist, a freedom fighter, a symbol of strong 88 spirit, a father, a husband and a peace lover.
Please see Australia national tour poster and other fliers as attached.
He was born in March 21, 1960
His first album called "8/82 Innya" was released in 1984 and he became one of the most famous singers in Burma, followed by
second album called "Moe Lone Mhyine or Vanda Orchid" in 1986;
third album called "Zeinza Marna Nyan" and fourth album called "Lun Ya the Nya tyay Lon par say or Wish; to pass the longing nights".
1988- Feb 1993, he was in regiment 102 and 204 at All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF) as freedom fighter soldier fighting against Burmese military junta in Thai-Burma border.
"Freedom for Peace" album was released in 1992 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Resettled in Norway in 1993 and he was working in Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) until 1996. "The route of freedom" was released in 1998 in Norway and now he is living in Norway with wife and a daughter.
The objectives of this national tour are as followed;
"To achieve wider political awareness among Burma democracy lovers and achieve maximum level of political momentum within our movement,
To achieve stronger collaboration between several different generations, and
To showing concrete support for upcoming one year anniversary of saffron revolution day"
He is available for any media work or interview regarding the tour.
Ko Thu (a) Thomas Soe
614 21418 449