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A surprise success, Dear Burma School has been warmly welcomed by migrants

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Dear Burma School came into being 10 years ago. On the first day the school opened, classes were conducted in front of Ramkamhaeng University's student club building, where they stayed for several months. 

Migrant workers apply an artistic touch to drawings that reflect their feelings about work and life in Thailand and as students of Dear Burma School.

The workers organised the classes themselves although it proved quite a hurdle to draw people at first. Refugees and activists also joined the classes eventually.

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