KS: It’s always good to end in a city with provocation and controversy. I just want to thank the French institute for giving us such a safe space to work in where we could meet Burmese freely and without fear.
KS: Tay Tong… he’s signing everything without questioning if we need it…
KS: I just want to thank you for working so hard to bridge the gap. There is a gap, and everyone tried in so many different ways to bridge this gap.
And maybe we will come back at different times to this country, and maybe even by next year the gap will be much lesser.
I know many young Burmese are thinking of doing things. Maybe Arts Network Asia can help you by making some impossible things happen.
A little intrusive, but a positive note to end off our stay in the city. So long!