Interview With Salai Za Uk Ling

Ottawa: August 17, 2003: [CG Note: The Chinland Guardian interviewed Salai Za Uk Ling of Chin Human Right Organization (CHRO) in connection with his recent meeting on the indigenous issue, the meeting which was held recently at Geneva, Switzerland.]
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Zing Cung, General-Secretary of the National Democratic Front (NDF) and Vice-Chairman of the Chin National Front (CNF)

By Benedict Rogers, May 14, 2003, BangkokZing Cung is the grandson of Rev. Sang Fen, the first Chin convert to Christianity. Rev. Sang Fen was the first President of the Zomi (Chin) Baptist Convention. He graduated in 1983 from Rangoon University and after 1988 joined the movement for democracy in Burma. In January 1989 he joined the Chin National Front (CNF), which had been
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SURVEY ON THE CHINLAND CONSTITUTION INITIATIVE (A Survey By An Independent News Group)

Washington DC - January 11, 2003[Chinland Guardian's Note:Dear Reader; We, the Chinland Guardian news group, have made a survey in January 2003 among Chin leaders on the ongoing Chinland Constitution draft initiated by Chin Forum working group (1) constitutional drafting committee.
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Interview With Pado Mahn Shar Lahphan, General Secretary of Karen National Union KNU

November 22, 2002-Pha-an Distric, Kawthulay (KNU 7 Brigade)Chinland Guardian: It’s nice meeting you Pado, and thank you very much for sparing your time. Let me begin by asking you in brief about your revolutionary background; when did you join the Karen National Union and what were you doing previous to joining the KNU?
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Interview With Salai Ngun Cung Lian, Chairman of Chin Youth Organization

Indiana University: May 7, 2002Chinland Guardian: Thank you for giving us your time.Salai Ngun Cung Lian: You are always welcome. But let me assure you one thing that whatever I am going to response in this interview is my personal opinion and not necessarily reflect the views of the organizations where I am involving with.
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Interview With Salai Kipp Kho Lian

Hamburg 3 May, 2002Chinland Guardian: Thank you for giving us an opportunity to interview you.Salai Kipp Kho Lian: You are welcomed and let me first of all make clear that the contents of this interview will be my personal views – which should not necessarily reflect policies of any organization I am involved with.
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