Educating the kids of Myanmar's Mon migrants
Thousands of people from Myanmar's Mon ethnic minority work in Thailand. But securing an education for the children of these migrants has been a challenge, and one that Lange Mailem, a fellow Myanmar Mon, has spent years proudly tackling.
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