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Burmese Fixers Bridge the Learning Gap

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February 10, 2014
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With modern cars and the latest models of mobile phones swamping Yangon, mechanics and phone fixers are struggling to keep up. But for those who have worked out how to repair them, business is booming. Video provided by AFP


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The Social Media Gender Gap

The Social Media Gender Gap

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