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The Indochina Media
Memorial Foundation

C/O FCCT,
Penthouse, Maneeya Center
518/5 Ploenchit Road
Patumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel: 02 652 0580-1

immf@fccthai.com

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The Asia Foundation
Thomson Foundation
Sept/Oct 2004 – Print –AIDS, Sars & Avian Flu
1) Overview of HIV/AIDS in Asia
By Burmese Writer

2) Sex Survey of Chiang Mai
By Burmese Writer

3) Heaven or Hell? A Glimpse of Wat Prabaht Nam Phu
By Burmese Writer

4) Not Just An Orphanage, Nikki’s Place is a Family
By Burmese Writer

5) Health Experts: SARS Could Return This Winter
By Bin Socheat, Agencia EFE and Cambodian Scene Magazine, Cambodia

6) Government’s Bird-Flu Deadline About to End
By Sam Rith, Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia

7) Migrant Registration Plan Promises Hope of Health Care
By Chheang Bopha, Cambodge Soir, Cambodia

8) Living for Her Children
By Yin Leang Kong, Raksmei Kampuchea, Cambodia

9) Fighting Cocks – A Dangerous Way to Spread Bird Flu
By Phaisythong Chandara, Update Magazine, Laos

10) Former Drug User Stands Up For Rights of Drug Addicts
By Panyasith Thammavongsa, Vientiane Times, Laos

11) Access For All? Debate Rages Over Drugs
By Chu Minh Truong, Doanh Nhan, Vietnam

12) Wish of an Infected HIV Woman
By Nguyen Huu Chi, ApBac Newspaper, Vietnam

13) “Mr. Condom” Leads Fight Against AIDS
By Mai Van Anh, Vietnam News, Vietnam

14) Humble Lemon in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
By Nguyen Thuy Mien, Thanh Nien, Vietnam

15) PIMJAI INTAMOON: A Source of Strength To Overcome AIDS Stigma.
By Apiradee Treerutkuarkul, Bangkok Post, Thailand

16) AIDS Strikes Remote Hill Tribe, Burdens Elderly.
By IMMF Teamwork

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