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Wednesday 31.8 at 6pm at Arkadia: presentation of the book ‘We hate war, mother!’ by Burmese poet Ye Yint Thet Zwe

 You are most welcome to visit us at www.facebook.com / Arkadia International Bookshop and “like” us if indeed you do!Dear friend of Arkadia,You are invited to the presentation of the book ‘We hate war, mother!’ by Burmese poet Ye Yint Thet Zwe on Wednesday 31.8 at 6pm at Arkadia (Nervanderinkatu 11) Programme:6:00-6:05 Projection of the […]

Friday 13.7 at 6pm.: ‘Bones will Crow: 15 Contemporary Burmese Poets’ edited and translated by ko ko thett and James Byrne

Dear friend of Arkadia, You are heartily invited to the launch of “Bones will Crow: 15 Contemporary Burmese Poets (ARC, UK 2012) “, edited and translated by ko ko thett and James Byrne, on Friday 13.7 at 6pm at Old Arkadia (Pohjoinen Hesperiankatu 9A). The book will be presented and discussed, Mika Malinen and ko […]

Friday 29.7 at 6pm: ‘Bones Will Crow’, an anthology of contemporary Burmese poetry, by ko ko thett and James Byrne.

Dear friend of Arkadia, You are heartily invited to ‘Bones Will Crow’, a poetry evening, by ko ko thett and James Byrne on Friday 29.7 at 6pm. ‘Bones Will Crow’ is an anthology of contemporary Burmese poetry by co-editors ko ko thett and James Byrne. The event will be in English and you are all […]

Tuesday 9.11 at 6pm: Demokratiutveckling i krisområden introduced by Pekka Haavisto

Dear Friend of Arkadia, You are heartily invited to “Advocating democracy in areas of conflict” on Tuesday 9.11 at 6pm. It is the first in a series of geopolitical discussions hosted by Röda Rummet of the Left Alliance that will be held at the bookshop. The talk will take place two days after the General […]

‘Burmese Cultures and other Trivia’ by Ko Ko Thett and ‘Burma: My Friend’ by Timo Virtala at Arkadia on Wednesday 21.1.09 at 18:00

Dear friend of Arkadia,   On 21 January 2009, Ko Ko Thett, a Burmese activist-scholar and a long-term resident of Helsinki, will introduce a tiny slice of Burmese cultures to interested Finnish and other friends with his talk ‘Burmese Cultures and other Trivia.’  Burmese ‘coarse tea’ and Burmese delicacy ‘pickled tea salad’ will be served.  […]