Ludu Daw Amar (also Ludu Daw Ah Mar; Burmese: လူထုဒေါ်အမာ, pronounced: [lùdṵ dɔ̀ ʔəmà]; 29 November 1915 – 7 April 2008) was a well known and respected leading dissident writer and journalist in Mandalay, Burma. She was married to fellow writer and journalist Ludu U Hla and was the mother of popular writer Nyi Pu Lay. She is best known for her outspoken anti-government views and radical left wing journalism besides her outstanding work on traditional Burmese arts, theatre, dance and music, and several works of translation from English, both fiction and non-fiction.

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  • Ludu Daw Amar (orthographié aussi Ludu Daw Ah Mar; en birman လူထုဒေါ်အမာ, à prononcer: [lùdṵ dɔ̀ ʔəmà]), née le 29 novembre 1915 et morte le 7 avril 2008, est une journaliste, femme de lettres et dissidente birmane. Elle est surtout connue comme journaliste, créatrice avec son mari du premier quotidien en langue birmane, dissidente, opposante tenace aux régimes militaires, en plus de son travail sur les arts traditionnels birmans, le théâtre, la danse et la musique, et de ses traductions de l'anglais. (fr)
  • Ludu Daw Amar (also Ludu Daw Ah Mar; Burmese: လူထုဒေါ်အမာ, pronounced: [lùdṵ dɔ̀ ʔəmà]; 29 November 1915 – 7 April 2008) was a well known and respected leading dissident writer and journalist in Mandalay, Burma. She was married to fellow writer and journalist Ludu U Hla and was the mother of popular writer Nyi Pu Lay. She is best known for her outspoken anti-government views and radical left wing journalism besides her outstanding work on traditional Burmese arts, theatre, dance and music, and several works of translation from English, both fiction and non-fiction. (en)
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  • 1915-11-29 (xsd:date)
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  • 1915-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 2008-4-7
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  • Portrait of Ludu Daw Amar in her youth
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  • Nyein Chan
  • Po Than Gyaung
  • Soe Win
  • Than Yin Mar
  • Tin Win
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  • Daw Su
  • U Htin
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  • Burmese writer/journalist (en)
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  • Ludu Daw Amar (orthographié aussi Ludu Daw Ah Mar; en birman လူထုဒေါ်အမာ, à prononcer: [lùdṵ dɔ̀ ʔəmà]), née le 29 novembre 1915 et morte le 7 avril 2008, est une journaliste, femme de lettres et dissidente birmane. Elle est surtout connue comme journaliste, créatrice avec son mari du premier quotidien en langue birmane, dissidente, opposante tenace aux régimes militaires, en plus de son travail sur les arts traditionnels birmans, le théâtre, la danse et la musique, et de ses traductions de l'anglais. (fr)
  • Ludu Daw Amar (also Ludu Daw Ah Mar; Burmese: လူထုဒေါ်အမာ, pronounced: [lùdṵ dɔ̀ ʔəmà]; 29 November 1915 – 7 April 2008) was a well known and respected leading dissident writer and journalist in Mandalay, Burma. She was married to fellow writer and journalist Ludu U Hla and was the mother of popular writer Nyi Pu Lay. She is best known for her outspoken anti-government views and radical left wing journalism besides her outstanding work on traditional Burmese arts, theatre, dance and music, and several works of translation from English, both fiction and non-fiction. (en)
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  • Ludu Daw Amar (en)
  • Ludu Daw Amar (fr)
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