Angelina Jolie - support for Myanmar refugee
PETALING JAYA: Touched by the plight of Myanmar beggars, Partners In Enterprise (PIE) has offered to give loans to help start small businesses, provided the Government issues them temporary business licences.
KLANG: Most of the Myanmar beggars live on the outskirts of town in houses they rent for between RM200 and RM350 a month.A check by Starprobe revealed that the homes have amenities like water and electricity. They also have basic furniture and a television set or radio. As with most Malaysian homes, I was surprised with the hospitality shown by one family I visited.