Green Hearts Environment Network မွ ဦးစီးက်င္းပသည့္ “The Sketch of A River”

Green Hearts Environment Network မွ ဦးစီးက်င္းပသည့္ “The Sketch of A River” အမည္ရိွ ပန္းခ်ီ၊ ဓါတ္ပံု၊ ကာတြန္း၊ ဂရပ္ဖစ္ ႏွင့္ ကဗ်ာ ျပပြဲကို စက္တင္ဘာလ ၂၂ ရက္ေန႔မွ ၂၄ ရက္ေန႔အထိ ေယာမင္းႀကီးလမ္းမွာ ဖြင့္လွစ္ထားတဲ့ Gallery Sixty Five မွာ က်င္းပျပဳလုပ္မွာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္။ အဆိုပါ ျပပြဲမွာ အလႊာစံုမွ အႏုပညာရွင္ အေယာက္ ၅၀ ရဲ႕ ဧရာ၀တီနဲ႔ ပတ္သက္တဲ့ အႏုပညာလက္ရာမ်ားကို ခင္းက်င္းျပသသြားမွာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္။ ျပပြဲကို နံနက္ ၁၀ နာရီမွ ညေန ၆ နာရီအတြင္း ျပသသြားမယ္လို႔ သိရိွရပါတယ္။

GALLERY 65 Presents “The Sketch of A River” an Art Exhibition organized by the Green Hearts Environment Network to raise awareness and funds for the tree replanting initiative along the Banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River.

50 Artists, Photographers, Cartoonists, & Graphic Artists come together once again in one place to share one special message… “Save the Ayeyarwaddy!!!”

The event is from the 22nd to 24th of September, 2011
Exhibit hours from 10:00am to 6:00pm

Please come and bring your family and friends to the Exhibit!


Save River Irrawaddy: Sign your name in support of saving River Irrawaddy.

The China Gezhouba Group is building a dam on the confluence of the Mali and N’Mai rivers in Kachin State, one of the world’s most important biodiversity hotspots. Once complete it will flood the rainforest with a reservoir the size of New York city and displace 10,000 people, mostly Kachin ethnics, as well as submerging cultural heritage sites central to Kachin identity, according to International Rivers. The Burma Rivers Network, an NGO which represents communities along thre river, said China’s massive huydropower investments had widened the gulf between the government — which wants to benefit from cross-border electricity sales — and Kachin independence groups, which fear the dams will bring environmental, cultural and social disruption. The environmental group has released what it says is a leaked environmental assessment jointly commissioned by the Burmese and Chinese authorities that recommends scrapping the project because it would cause immense damage to bio- diverse ecosystems as local livelihoods as well as posing great risks in the event of an earthquake.  more on