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Tokyo's 'Little Yangon' a legacy of culture, freedom and hope

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A very nice story showing the positive aspects of refugees/immigrants that actually work to make their communities the better for it, thank you.

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A very nice story showing the positive aspects of refugees/immigrants that actually work to make their communities the better for it, thank you.

The Burmese immigrants accept and follow Japanese law, integrate into Japanese society, and do not demand that their religious laws have priority Japanese law. Would you not wish that all immigrants are like that.

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