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Myanmar “4” Healthy Food = Healthy Teeth Myanmar Chefs & German – Myanmar Study Group on Dental

Myanmar “4” Healthy Food = Healthy Teeth, an Annual Report by Dr Dent Julia Fruehbuss,…
Myanmar Chefs & German – Myanmar Study Group on Dental Care and Dental Public Health

Here German story by Dr dent Julia , specialist Dentist and Dental as well General Public Health Myanmar ) ,…. pls see the past months projects as well a reflection on the great Myanmar – Burmese Days over the past 15 years until 2021.In this regard we like to highlight all great support by Dr Julia Fruehbuss and all German Dental Dr s support to all Myanmar people over the past decade plus and specially the past 12 month s .

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Thank YOU Dr Julia, Dr Axel, Dr Roland, Dr Robert, Dr Ulrike, Dr Angelika, Dr Helmut , Dr Ulli, Dr Michael, Dr Ingrid Dieckmann, Edda Dammmueller Rene Esser & Ma Wai Wai for all best support specially with our all ” Healthy Food for Healthy Teeth ” in and for Myanmar   ,– 
OLiver E Soe Thet Myanmar Chefs Association Ngapali Beach Front – Free Zone, Arrakan State – Myanmar 15.12.2021 

Myanmar Chefs support German Heinrich Boell Foundation

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World Chefs can play an Active Role @

Food Security when 2 billion have No Food                 

 ” Healthy – Fair – Ecological 2021 – 2023  ”                      

Perspectives for Global Food Security

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,….The Future:- A dossier on Food Security at Climate Change ,….

The Work:-  Daily Women fight against Hunger & Poverty,….

The Question of Power:- After UN Food Systems Summit in New York 2021

( An English version is on the way ,… ) 

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See the YOUTUBE links with: World Chefs Competition Yangon – Myanmar 2019 ZERO Food Waste a First Ever for World Chefs. 

Our Myanmar Chefs recommendation to World Chefs & Chefs of the World :

A Compulsory Mission in the rules at all Global World Chefs Events of ” ZERO FOOD WASTE – Bokashi ” are naturally, ethically and logically recommended – and can generate real profits out of usual waste 1 to 20 ton or more CO2 producing Food Waste by Chefs,- at a World Chefs Culinary Event commend sense be changed into:  

First Ever World Chefs ” Zero Food Waste Competition 2019 – 1 ton of food to soil – Myanmar ( see from minute 3:00 )

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” Healthy Soil = ZERO CO2 Production by ZERO FOOD WASTE – Bokashi ”

@ All World Chefs Events, A DREAM or A Way to Reduce Hunger & Starvation.

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,….Daily 811 million people are hungry – 2 billion have not enough to eat, we as Chefs can help to change this daily and every minute,– ZERO FOOD WASTE – Bokashi as Bokashi Japan, Sweden, Myanmar and many more work in double efforts as the system grants ZERO CO2 production, closed drum system eliminates rates and other rodents, a real” Soil Revolution ” as healthy nutritious new soil for more food production is created in just 2 to 3 month s with a 50% – 50% mix of brown leaves and branches, paper etc instead of burning them again a total ZERO CO2 production here. Helps feeding more people with a more healthy Soil …. 

” Food Waste Fermentation return healthy Carbon back and creating Healthy Soil —– A ”                  Soil Revolution in Myanmar – Bokashi Myanmar “. See here World Chefs in Myanmar &                     Ko Inda Aung, Ma Khaing, Mrs Jenny @ Bokashi Myanmar :

1.)   A Must see intro: What is ZERO FOOD Waste Man – Bokashi Myanmar

2.)   First Ever World Chefs ” Zero Food Waste Competition 2019 – 1 ton of food to soil – Myanmar ( see from minute 3:00 )

3.)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jnnivIo1OE

4.)   How YOU Do it Training ZERO FOOD Waste – Bokashi in Myanmar or your Household every one can do it & Win:

5.)   A Must see intro: What is ZERO FOOD Waste – Bokashi Myanmar

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Myanmar Chefs support the initiatives of German Heinrich Boell Foundation, 

to reduce hunger starvation as well avoid FOOD WASTE – BOKASHI Myanmar,– you can do it at Home as well.

Rohingya refugees sue Facebook for $150 billion over Myanmar violence

By ReutersPublished: 09:54 am Dec 07, 2021 

FILE - Volunteers from aid agencies who arrived to rebuild shelters for Rohingya refugees who lost their dwellings to a devastating fire at Balukhali camp at Ukhiya in Cox's Bazar district, Bangladesh, Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Photo: AP

Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are suing Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, for $150 billion over allegations that the social media company did not take action against anti-Rohingya hate speech that contributed to violence.

A U.S. class-action complaint, filed in California on Monday by law firms Edelson PC and Fields PLLC, argues that the company’s failures to police content and its platform’s design contributed to real-world violence faced by the Rohingya community. In a coordinated action, British lawyers also submitted a letter of notice to Facebook’s London office.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment about the lawsuit. The company has said it was “too slow to prevent misinformation and hate” in Myanmar and has said it has since taken steps to crack down on platform abuses in the region, including banning the military from Facebook and Instagram after the Feb. 1 coup.

Facebook has said it is protected from liability over content posted by users by a U.S. internet law known as Section 230, which holds that online platforms are not liable for content posted by third parties. The complaint says it seeks to apply Burmese law to the claims if Section 230 is raised as a defense.

Although U.S. courts can apply foreign law to cases where the alleged harms and activity by companies took place in other countries, two legal experts interviewed by Reuters said they did not know of a successful precedent for foreign law being invoked in lawsuits against social media companies where Section 230 protections could apply.

Anupam Chander, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center, said that invoking Burmese law wasn’t “inappropriate.” But he predicted that “It’s unlikely to be successful,” saying that “It would be odd for Congress to have foreclosed actions under U.S. law but permitted them to proceed under foreign law.”

More than 730,000 Rohingya Muslims fled Myanmar’s Rakhine state in August 2017 after a military crackdown that refugees said included mass killings and rape. Rights groups documented killings of civilians and burning of villages.

Myanmar authorities say they were battling an insurgency and deny carrying out systematic atrocities.

In 2018, U.N. human rights investigators said the use of Facebook had played a key role in spreading hate speech that fueled the violence. A Reuters investigation that year, cited in the U.S. complaint, found more than 1,000 examples of posts, comments and images attacking the Rohingya and other Muslims on Facebook.

The International Criminal Court has opened a case into the accusations of crimes in the region. In September, a U.S. federal judge ordered Facebook to release records of accounts connected to anti-Rohingya violence in Myanmar that the social media giant had shut down.

The new class-action lawsuit references claims by Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, who leaked a cache of internal documents this year, that the company does not police abusive content in countries where such speech is likely to cause the most harm.

The complaint also cites recent media reports, including a Reuters report https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/information-combat-inside-fight-myanmars-soul-2021-11-01 last month, that Myanmar’s military was using fake social media accounts to engage in what is widely referred to in the military as “information combat.”

25 Years Medical Aid – Myanmar Chefs with Interplast Germany – Free Medical Operations 1997 – 2022

Interplast Germany e.V.- Munich / Myanmar Exchange of Knowledge

25 years supported by “ Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility “

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A NONPROFIT ORGANISATION PROVIDE FREE RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY WORLD AROUND

25th Anniversary – Union of Myanmar – 1997- is on for 2022

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“,…See you next year and thank you all… ” ,— is the last sentence of Dr Heinz Schoeneich in the here attached report,— I would say : “… next year is in 3 weeks – welcome all back your Myanmar family and many patients are asking much for .. ” Oliver E Soe Thet FREE ZONE Ngapali Beach Front Arrakan State, Myanmar 6.12.2021

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Info, Donations & Support to Dr Heinz Schoeneich: 

www.schoeneich-muenchen.de, E-mail: schoeneich@interplast-muenchen.de, Phone: +49 (0) 170 5421 571 //  Postbank München IBAN: DE 16 700100800 010666800 BIC: PBNKDEFF

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Interplast consists of volunteers, plastic surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, anesthetists, operating nurses and other specialists, who work free of charge, usually during their annual holidays. Travel expenses, medical supplies and instruments are funded by donations raised in Germany from companies as well as private donators.

INTERPLAST ( as Chefs ) has no financial, political, racial or religious interest. 

The aim is to provide Plastic Surgery to improve function and handicaps. Cooperation with local medical staff and working at existing hospitals close to the patient’s home is efficient and offers education in specialist field for all involved. Apart from medical staff, local volunteers with social commitment are essential for the preparation and the smooth running of a successful INTERPLAST-camp. Treated patients suffer from facial malformations, cleft lips and palates, malformation of hands, extensive burn scars, tumors located on head and skin, disabilities due to accidents or wound consequences of war and other diseases which require the skills of plastic surgery. 

The objective is to integrate the patients into society.

The affected people are often not accepted socially. Untreated burn scars could lead to

deformations or extensive dysfunctions of arms and legs. Myanmar-German Team,- a Family. 

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Myanmar Chefs & German – Myanmar Interplast 25 years excellence 

Since 25 years – 1997 – 2022 this great partnership between medical professionals of Myanmar and Germany – an always exchange of medical knowledge,- help building Myanmar`s medical infrastructure, trainings and friendship live changing for each year 500 to 800 people mainly in rural areas. Chefs are since day 1 as Andreas Vogt – Kandawyi Hotel 1997 to Romeo in January 2020 in Monywa – Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility with  much support than as well for the future by Dr med Win Maw and his all team in the sole interest of Myanmar people, patients and health through modern international standards ensured. 

Thank YOU Dr Heinz, all Interplast Germany – Myanmar Family for the thousands of lives changed forever to a better one an all inclusive one the past decades as well today this moment when we speak, read and write, THANK YOU.

Info, Donations & Support to Dr Heinz Schoeneich: 

www.schoeneich-muenchen.de, E-mail: schoeneich@interplast-muenchen.de, Phone: +49 (0) 170 5421 571 //  Postbank München IBAN: DE 16 700100800 010666800 BIC: PBNKDEFF

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25 years supported by “ Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility “

Oliver E Soe Thet, FREE ZONE Ngapali Beach, Arrakan State – Myanmar 6.12.2021

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