Tuesday, November 20, 2012

T.T.Obama được đón tiếp tại Miến điện


 

 

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Warm welcome: President Obama uses a traditional greeting to say hello to democratic activist Kyi

Warm welcome: President Obama uses a traditional greeting to say hello to democratic activist Kyi

Political handshake: Kyi is a controversial character in her country as she opposes the military junta that controls the majority of the country but has been embraced by the international community

Political handshake: Kyi is a controversial character in her country as she opposes the military junta that controls the majority of the country but has been embraced by the international community

 

Happy to be hosted: Now a member of parliament, Suu Kyi lives in a gated residence with razor wire along the top of the compound walls which is where she hosted Obama and Clinton

Happy to be hosted: Now a member of parliament, Suu Kyi lives in a gated residence with razor wire along the top of the compound walls which is where she hosted Obama and Clinton

Both sides: The President also met with Myanmar's President Thein Sein during the six-hour trip

Both sides: The President also met with Myanmar's President Thein Sein during the six-hour trip

Making a point: The President said that while the country has grown in recent years, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done

Making a point: The President said that while the country has grown in recent years, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done

 

Quite the crowd: Throngs of supporters lined the street as the presidential motorcade drove through Yangon

Quite the crowd: Throngs of supporters lined the street as the presidential motorcade drove through Yangon

Acting like a local: President Obama visited the Shwedagon pagoda as part of the whirl-wind trip

Acting like a local: President Obama visited the Shwedagon pagoda as part of the whirl-wind trip

Paying respects: The visit is of great symbolic significance as Obama is the first American president to ever visit

Paying respects: The visit is of great symbolic significance as Obama is the first American president to ever visit

 

New frontiers: President Obama arrived in Myanmar with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday morning

New frontiers: President Obama arrived in Myanmar with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday morning

Putting the past behind: Obama is the first American president to visit the country because of it's turbulent history

Putting the past behind: Obama is the first American president to visit the country because of it's turbulent history

Entering history: The trip is seen as a very significant milestone in the country's evolution

Entering history: The trip is seen as a very significant milestone in the country's evolution

 

Greetings: Myanmar, also known as Burma, was rife with human rights violations but has been becoming more democratic under the new government

Greetings: Myanmar, also known as Burma, was rife with human rights violations but has been becoming more democratic under the new government

 

Embracing: A young girl in traditional dress hands the President a bouquet at his arrival

Embracing: A young girl in traditional dress hands the President a bouquet at his arrival

 

Welcoming: Students lined the streets for Obama's arrival, and he is expected to meet with the nation's prime minister and democracy advocates, and close with a speech at the University of Yangon

Welcoming: Students lined the streets for Obama's arrival, and he is expected to meet with the nation's prime minister and democracy advocates, and close with a speech at the University of Yangon

Unusual pairing: Obama's visit was to last just six hours, but it carries significant symbolism, reflecting a remarkable turnaround in the countries' relationship

Unusual pairing: Obama's visit was to last just six hours, but it carries significant symbolism, reflecting a remarkable turnaround in the countries' relationship

 

Expectations: Obama will meet separately in Myanmar with Prime Minister Thein Sein, who has orchestrated much of his country's recent reforms

Expectations: Obama will meet separately in Myanmar with Prime Minister Thein Sein, who has orchestrated much of his country's recent reforms

 

Taking it all in: The president walks off the plane after being greeted by a local official

Taking it all in: The president walks off the plane after being greeted by a local official

New venue: The brief visit is a part of a longer tour of South East Asia

New venue: The brief visit is a part of a longer tour of South East Asia

 

Saluting the welcomers: Clinton waves to fans after driving off in the motorcade

Saluting the welcomers: Clinton waves to fans after driving off in the motorcade

Happy Hillary: Myanmar is close to Clinton's heart as she has met repeatedly with Suu Kyi