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Japanese physician bringing hope to doctorless villages in Myanmar

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By Mami Saito

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Humanity at it's best.

Keep up the good work.

May there be more Nachis around the world.

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Another day and another great story from Japan.

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Why don't we support such a Great person like this but we support those who are already having the time of their life?

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BackpackingNepalJuly 25  02:55 pm JST

Why don't we support such a Great person like this but we support those who are already having the time of their life?

In many ways she's acting like a Mother Teresa. She tended to the poor, sick, downtrodden in Kalkutta, India. When I saw her funeral live on TV via satellite, you could see the admiration she earned by those who were there. They were Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Buddhist, Sikh, various religions.

Satoko Nachi is also bringing healing and hope, except it's in Myanmar where there's been totalitarian dictatorships and internal war since 1962. I applaud her for her devotion and her bravery, things in Myanmar are v ery violent (again) and she's risking her life to a strenuous cause in the midst of oppression and violence.

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