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Return To Burma Gallery Show at CSULB Design Department
Return To Burma Gallery Show at CSULB Design Department
To raise funds to help Cyclone Nargis Victims in Myanmar (Burma) Thank you everyone for all your love,support, and time! Special Thanks: California State University Long Beach, Design Department
To raise funds to help Cyclone Nargis Victims in Myanmar (Burma)
To raise funds to help Cyclone Nargis Victims in Myanmar (Burma)
Photo courtesy of George Swar
Photo courtesy of George Swar
Special Thanks: George Swar, David Zermeno, Robby Asao, Roger Sy, Julie Furutani, Christie Bruno, Paul Browning, Dorothy Ottolia, and the Design Department
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
Description of culture, religion, art, and places that make Burma a beautiful country
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
Description of culture, religion, art, and places that make Burma a beautiful country
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
Description of culture, religion, art, and places that make Burma a beautiful country
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
Description of culture, religion, art, and places that make Burma a beautiful country
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
The Golden Land of Southeast Asia Wall
Description of culture, religion, art, and places that make Burma a beautiful country
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Images from the 1st trip in 2008 to Burma (Myanmar) after a devastating Cyclone Nargis destroyed the country
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
On May 2 at 1600 hours local time, Cyclone Nargis, one of the deadliest and most destructive tropical cyclones made landfall near the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in the Irrawaddy Division of Myanmar (Formerly Burma). It made landfall with a maximum sustained wind speed of approximately 132 (mph) and a storm surge of 12 feet. Total Death Toll: Over 138,000
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Cyclone Nargis 2008 first relief trip photos and information about the victims
Burmese Art and Culture
Burmese Art and Culture
Delicious Food for the guests
Delicious Food for the guests
Presenting a slide show of the first relief trip to Burma (Myanmar)
Presenting a slide show of the first relief trip to Burma (Myanmar)
Presenting a slide show of the first relief trip to Burma (Myanmar)
Presenting a slide show of the first relief trip to Burma (Myanmar)
Photographer and a Videographer: George Swar
Photographer and a Videographer: George Swar
The show was a success thanks to our dear friend George Swar and for his beautiful donated images for "The Golden Land" wall
The Design Department Chair: Dorothy Ottlia
The Design Department Chair: Dorothy Ottlia
Special thanks to the "Design Department" and "CSULB" for sponsoring the event
CSULB Design Professors
CSULB Design Professors
Ed Perez and Alex Johnson
Friends and Family showing thier support
Friends and Family showing thier support
Friends and Family showing thier support
Friends and Family showing thier support
Welcoming family and friends
Welcoming family and friends
Amnesty International: Jim and Naomi
Amnesty International: Jim and Naomi
OC Register and 49er Journalist/Reporter: Regine Richards
OC Register and 49er Journalist/Reporter: Regine Richards

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