Kvinesdal CCN Meeting Tlam a Tling

28 November 2006 The Chin Community in Norway (CCN) meeting cu, Nov 25-26, Kvinesdal khua ah tlamtling tein kan rak tuah khawh cang tiah thawngthanhnak kan nin tuah hna. Meeting akai kho mi hna ah, CCN-ec member  7 lawng siloin, CCN – contact chung in 6 le NCCF chairman, adviser zong an ni rak tel kho. 25 Nov le 26 ti hnih chung hmunkhat thutnak…

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CCN-ec & Contact Person Meeting Tlamtling Tein An Tuah Khawh

The Chin Community in Norway(CCN) ec upa minung 9 hna le contact person minung 7 hna cu, Moi khua ah August 12-13 tiang tlamtling tein meeting an tuah kho. Meeting ah abiapi deuh in an ceihmi hna cu; CCN phunghram i hruainak kong, phaisa hmannak le kawlnak kong, mipi he fakdeuh in i pehtlainak, Norway cozah he ipehtlainak le a dangdang…

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The Chin Community in Norway Successfully Hosted Chinland Constitution Consultative Meeting

July 28, 2006 The Chin Community in Norway (CCN) held Chinland Constitution Consultative Meeting with the Chin Forum Management  Board (CFMB) in Egersund, Norway on the 24 July, at where not less than 80 Chins from political, social and religious backgrounds participated in the consultation of drafting the  Constitution. In the program that lasted for about 7 hours – ideas,…

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Chin Community in Norway Joins Prayer Vigil For Dr. Salai Tun Than

In support of Dr. Tun Than ‘s decisive plan to return to Burma to stage protest to topple the Military Regime in Burma, on the 19 of June the birth day of Aung San Suu Kyi, the only noble peace prize winner still remained in prison, the Chin Comunity in Norway is joining the prayer vigil initiated by the…

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The Observation of Chin National in Norway Took Part in Lund Municipal

The Chin Community in Norway observed Chin National Day successfully on the exact date of Feb 20. There were between 70 to 80 guests from several backgrounds including Chin people from nationwide, representatives from Music Club, Municipal, Churches and other organisations. The program started at 15:00 with a welcoming note by Peter Sang and after that opening prayer by Pum Za…

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