VOA to broadcast new ethnic program VOA to broadcast new ethnic program The Voice of America (VOA) will broadcast the first transmission Free Ethnic Voice Radio (FEVR) or 吉安民宿Taing Yin Tha Thidin Hlwa (in Burmese) with the aim to give voice to Burma’s non-Burman ethnic p 花蓮住宿eople. By Hseng Khio Fah4 March 2009The weekly broadcast will initially run in 10 minute slots once a week on Wed 花蓮民宿nesday or Thursday morning together with Burmese language program.The first transmission will be aired on Thursday, 5 March 2009, betwee 期貨n 5:30 and 7:00 (Burmese standard time).The program is a combination of the independent ethnic media groups on the border and it will include news, package and featur 酒店經紀es from many ethnic journalists from different ethnic groups. Ronald Aung Naing, a Burmese journalist who is helping the program said that ethnic people can learn from each other and also 租屋網other audiences can learn what is happening in the ethnic areas because there are many ethnic journalists from different ethnic groups such as Karen, Karenni, Shan, Arakan, Mon, Kachin and others. “ 房屋仲介There will be many different voices and much news from many areas.”The program will be broadcast in the Burmese language is because the currently existing ethnic programs are producing in their own language can b 買屋網e only heard by their own people, not from the other ethnic and other people who cannot understand and speak the language, he added. “The people all around Burma can now listen the news and the views of an ethnic people in 房屋買賣 one of the corners of the country.”Currently, the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) and Radio Free Asia (RFA) are running weekly ethnic programs in their own mother tongues. http://www.shanland.org/general/2009/voa-to-broadcast-new-ethnic-progr 土地買賣am .