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Myanmar Refugees Living in Limbo


One of the most important things a person needs is a home, for reasons like shelter, a feeling of security, and a sense belonging. But in Asia, many people have been forced to leave their homes and in some cases, live in a sort of limbo. Martin Lowe visited a refugee camp in Thailand where people fled persecution – only to wind up in another kind of prison.

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Myanmar Refugees Living in Limbo


One of the most important things a person needs is a home, for reasons like shelter, a feeling of security, and a sense belonging. But in Asia, many people have been forced to leave their homes and in some cases, live in a sort of limbo. Martin Lowe visited a refugee camp in Thailand where people fled persecution – only to wind up in another kind of prison.

 

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MYANMAR REFUGEES CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Martin Lowe

CAMERA & EDITOR: Adrian Callan

FIXER: A.M. Sandford

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Syrian children channel Shakespeare


The Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is one place that some Syrians are calling home these days. It’s a place where time passes slowly, as the fighting continues in their own country. Children in particular have been forced to grow up quickly. But one man is encouraging them to explore their creative side. Natalie Carney travelled to Jordan to watch these kids be kids again. 

Syrian children channel Shakespeare


The Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is one place that some Syrians are calling home these days. It’s a place where time passes slowly, as the fighting continues in their own country. Children in particular have been forced to grow up quickly. But one man is encouraging them to explore their creative side. Natalie Carney travelled to Jordan to watch these kids be kids again. 

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SYRIAN CHILDREN CHANNEL SHAKESPEARE CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Natalie Carney

CAMERA & EDITOR: Mark Esplin

FIXER: Arwa Debaja

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Nigerian students juggle life in China


The chance to study abroad is a dream for many students. But it usually requires a lot of money, or an excellent academic record. Fei Ye met one group of students who travelled nearly 10-thousand kilometers to study. But they’re not doing it a conventional school. 

Nigerian students juggle life in China


The chance to study abroad is a dream for many students. But it usually requires a lot of money, or an excellent academic record. Fei Ye met one group of students who travelled nearly 10-thousand kilometers to study. But they’re not doing it a conventional school. 

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NIGERIAN STUDENTS/CHINA CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Fei Ye

CAMERA & EDITOR: DJ Clark

PRODUCER: Wang Sisi