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This pleased me since I don’t really dig girls whose noses are buried in their cell phones, constantly updating their statuses in their eternal quest for Facebook “Likes”. We finally met face to face when I arrived in Chiang Mai four months ago.

Like many Thai girls, she brought someone along, her sister.

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It is widely believed in Myanmar that if a man comes in contact with a woman's panties or sarong they can rob him of his power.

In 2007 one Thai-based group launched a global 'panties for peace' campaign, in which supporters were encouraged to send women's underwear to Burmese embassies, in the hope that contact with such garments would weaken the regime's hpoun, or spiritual power. It is widely rumoured that, before a foreign envoy visits Burma, an article of female underwear or a piece of a pregnant woman's sarong is hidden in the ceiling of the visitor's hotel suite, to weaken their hpoun and thus their negotiating position.

There has even been an online campaign for the Nobel Committee to take back the Peace Prize she received in 1991.

Her critics include those in Myanmar’s fellow Asean states.

Today condoms and ticklers old on the streets of Yangon. When drying underwear, do it in a discreet place and don’t hang it so it is head level or above as it is regarded as dirty and uncouth for part of the lower body to be higher than the head.

Even though the military government passed a decree in early 1999 forbidding women from working at bars as pat of a campaign against prostitution, something the military government is adamantly against, there are los of prostitutes in Chinatown. There is a superstition in Myanmar that contact with women’s garments, especially underwear, can sap men of their strength.

In retaliation, the Myanmar military launched “clearance operations”, which have resulted in more than 100 deaths, with hundreds of others detained, more than 150,000 displaced, dozens of women sexually assaulted and more than 1,200 buildings razed.

Aid workers and independent journalists have been banned from travelling to the affected areas.

That has given the democracy icon limited ability to handle conflicts in two states on the border with China, Kachin and Shan, and the issue of the Rohingya in Rakhine state, which neighbours Bangladesh.

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