Sister Chan Khong’s Statement on Myanmar December 2017

Sister Chan Khong, the eldest monastic disciple of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, and Thay’s long-time collaborator, has written an open letter to Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, to give the latest comments on the situation in Myanmar.

Download the letter in PDF format


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3 comments on “Sister Chan Khong’s Statement on Myanmar December 2017
  1. As with all deeply spiritual beings, one simply cannot remain silent. Witness Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, Jr and Mahatma Gandhi. My deepest bows to Sister Chan Khong
    for her bold and compassionate words.

  2. Mel says:

    One a wonderful thing it would be if humanity embraced our differences and the unity of us all. So honoured that we have such beautiful human beings promoting such love and compassion!

  3. Irv Jacob says:

    Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar is probably more frustrated and ashamed of her army than any of us on-lookers who don’t know the history or details.

    perhaps she can make changes to the national government gradually if she is able to work at her own pace without the international hecklers blaming her for the problems that were begun when the British were effectively ruling the place.

    What can we do or say to help her? that is what we should be asking, not blaming her for the problem.

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