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By Giulio D'Ercole
May 5th, 2017

“Actually, people in the camps are able to do many things. Some of us can sing, some of us can play an instrument and some of us are great sportsmen. The biggest difficulty is that we have talents but we do not have the chance to show them.”

Wah Keh Ro is a Karen teacher from Myanmar living in a refugee camp in Thailand. He plans on continuing to study and play instruments so that in the future he can return to his country to help move his people forward.

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