CityBeat: St Luke's doctor leads medical mission to her native Myanmar
Ma, a cancer specialist at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, led a 15-member team of medical professionals on a week-long medical mission to two hospitals in the Southeast Asian nation Dr.
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#1 Mar 5, 2013
Ma is far superior to that woman with a third clads degree, called Mrs. SuuKyi Aris. Ma is examplar of what a true Burmese patriot is wheteas Suu Kyi a true traitor. The story says 4 things:
1. big difference between people like Ma and SuuKyi
2. how Burma has genuinely changed
3. how US is genuinely interested in helping Burma whereas England is still treating Burma like a ony.
4. how England is only interested in maintaining divide-and-rule still promoting ethnic conflicts in Burma - and trying to force Burma into making illegal muslim Bengali immigrants Burmese nationals; some of them are descendents of the Bengali coolies imported into Burma by English colonists.
#2 Mar 5, 2013
Give Ma Nobel Prize for Humanity.She is a real Lady, not a pouting fashionista.
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