Hlaing Min taught himself the Indonesian Bahasa language in order to survive. He now speaks it fluentlyand has become a spokesperson for his colleagues and their plight for compensation from PusakaBenjina Resources. Photo: Karim Raslan

The former slave from Myanmar exposing Asean’s rights failures

Trapped on a fishing boat, a determined Burmese man escapes and helps expose crimes against humanity in the name of profit

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Hlaing Min taught himself the Indonesian Bahasa language in order to survive. He now speaks it fluentlyand has become a spokesperson for his colleagues and their plight for compensation from PusakaBenjina Resources. Photo: Karim Raslan
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