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'Generation Wave', the outlawed underground student organisation in Burma, was founded in the aftermath of the 'Saffron Revolution' and over the last two years they have carried out a number of high profile campaigns against the ruling military junta inside Burma - including pamphleting, grafitti, daring protests outside Insein prison and distributing CDs of their music in tea shops. But at some price. There are currently 21 members of the group in jail.
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GENERATION WAVE: IN EXILE
'Generation Wave', the outlawed underground student organisation in Burma, was founded in the aftermath of the 'Saffron Revolution' and over the last two years they have carried out a number of high profile campaigns against the ruling military junta inside Burma - including pamphleting, grafitti, daring protests outside Insein prison and distributing CDs of their music in tea shops. But at some price. There are currently 21 members of the group in jail.