Shooting the revolution

Photojournalist Law Eh Soe’s courageous work documenting the 1988 and 2007 uprisings in Burma has appeared in international press and won him plaudits across the Burmese media community. Now exiled in the US, he is one of a number of people to feature in the oral history book, Nowhere to be Home: Narratives from Survivors of Burma’s Military Regime, which was released yesterday. DVB cameraman Sai Kyaw Khaing followed Law Eh Soe’s work during the Saffron Revolution, for which he was eventually forced to flee Burma.

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