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  • Author:
    Bertil Linter,Bertil Lintner
  • ISBN:
    1870838459
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    978-1870838450
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    Kiscadale Pub; First Edition edition (February 1, 1995)
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    315 pages
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Bertil Lintner (Author), Bertil Linter (Author). Land of Jade: A Journey from India through Northern Burma to China.

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Bertil Lintner has written extensively about Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), India (with an emphasis on north east India), China . In 2004, Lintner received an award for excellence i. .

Bertil Lintner has written extensively about Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), India (with an emphasis on north east India), China and North Korea in various local, national and international publications of over thirty countries. He is considered to be the first journalist to reveal the growing relationship between Burma and North Korea on strategic cooperation In 2004, Lintner received an award for excellence in reporting about North Korea from the Society of Publishers in Asia

A Journey from India through Northern Burma to China. The Kachin: Lords of Burma's Northern Frontier (Beautiful & Educational Books on the Peoples of South China).

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Bertil and Hseng Noung Lintner, and their baby daughter, born en route, spent one and a half years travelling through northern and eastern Burma, from 1985-87. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Bertil Lintner-the Burmese government's perpetual thorn in its side-and his pregnant Burmese wife sneak into .

Bertil Lintner-the Burmese government's perpetual thorn in its side-and his pregnant Burmese wife sneak into the hills of insurgent controlled Burma via Assam India and spend the next . -2 years playing cat-and-mouse with the government army as they treck across northern Burma.

Bertil Lintner knows this territory well. He has written numerous articles for Asian, American and European publications, and has published several books including Land of Jade: A journey through insurgent Burma (1990)and Burma in Revolt: Opium and insurgency since 1948 (1994). In Blood Brothers, he takes the reader inside the criminal fraternities of Asia and the Far East, from Russian gangsters and Japan's yakuza to Taiwan's United Bamboo Gang and the Vietnamese Triad. Bertil has made regular contributions to The Asia Yearbook since 1985. He is widely respected as an authority on crime in Asia.

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From 1985-87, Bertil and Hseng Noung Lintner travelled for 18 months through northern and eastern Burma, on foot or horseback, to document the tragic, mostly forgotten 40 year struggle of the Burmese ethnic hill tribes against a brutal military rule. A gripping record of a now legendary odyssey through northern Burma, updated by the author and newly indexed.

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