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International Writers Converge in Rangoon for Literature Festivali
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February 04, 2013 6:53 PM
International writers travelled to Rangoon in recent days for Burma’s first international literature festival. The three-day Irrawaddy Literary Festival marked the first open exchange of ideas between local and foreign writers in Burma after decades of publishing restrictions and government censorship. VOA has more.

International Writers Converge in Rangoon for Literature Festival

Published February 04, 2013

International writers travelled to Rangoon in recent days for Burma’s first international literature festival. The three-day Irrawaddy Literary Festival marked the first open exchange of ideas between local and foreign writers in Burma after decades of publishing restrictions and government censorship. VOA has more.


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