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SoupaSteak hosts book launch

Last Friday saw SoupaSteak, one of Chiangmai’s most up and coming gay venues, host a book launch party in support of political prisoners in Burma.

No easy Road: A Burmese Political Prisoner’s story chronicles Thiha Yarzar’s nearly eighteen year journey on the long road to freedom. First as a political prisoner jailed and tortured in five different Burmese prisons, and then as a political exile in Thailand
No Easy Road -  Cover

The event, which was sold out, was attended by the books author, Paul Pickrem and Thiha himself. After plentiful refreshments and a wholesome roast pork meal, diners were treated to a talk about the book by Paul and Thiha. This was supplemented with an introduction from the Best Friend Library who were there to offer copies of the book and other publicity materials and DVDs supporting the Burmese cause. Live music from some of Tiha’s fellow prisoners rounded off the event.

Brian, owner of SouaSteak with Thiha Yarzar

Launch of “No Easy Road” at SoupaSteak

To purchase the book visit the Best Friend Library shop Here you will also find other information about the struggle for peace and freedom in Burma with other material for purchase. If you would like to make a donation you can support the Best Friend Library

SoupaSteak can be found at 26/5 Huay Kaew Road. Next door to Salsa Kitchen and close by to Soho Bar and Lemon Tree Restaurant. The owners are a gay couple who previously owned the Mike’s burger bar chain in Chiang Mai and ran a very successful restaurant in Pattaya”. The proprietor Brian, is always happy to direct newbies in town to the local hotspots.

SoupaSteak offers a range of Western and Thai food with some speciality steaks as the name implies. They also have a full bar service, extensive breakfast menu and a delicious Sunday lunch.

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