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    [post_content] => Our intrepid group of travelers is safely in their homes in Cleveland. Thanks to everyone for all of the hard work in putting together this phenomenal program.

 

 
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Safely Returned to Cleveland

Simon Hart,Myanmar Hawken

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Our intrepid group of travelers is safely in their homes in Cleveland. Thanks to everyone for all of the hard work in putting together this phenomenal program.    

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07/5/14

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Simon Hart

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Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Hello Everyone, the group has safely landed in Hong Kong and all is well. The students are eagerly exploring the food court and everyone is well, albeit pretty tired from the profundity of wrapping up our journey together. We'll try to post updates as they ground lands in Chicago and Cleveland later today.

 

 
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Boarding in Hong Kong

Simon Hart,Myanmar Hawken

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Hello Everyone, the group has safely landed in Hong Kong and all is well. The students are eagerly exploring the food court and everyone is well, albeit pretty tired from the profundity of wrapping up our journey together. We’ll try to post updates as they ground lands in Chicago and Cleveland later today.    

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07/5/14

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Simon Hart

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Myanmar Hawken

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Back in Mandalay, sitting in our Myanmar sister Ei Shwe Sin's house the group shared favourite passages from Pico Iyer's essay "Why We Travel." We went around the circle reading out loud and highlighting, sentences, passages and messages that spoke to us. At the time, I didn't have the chance to share. I can't recall what I was doing. Maybe booking the night bus for our evening journey to Hpa'an or helping Ei Shwe Sin's mother in the kitchen; but as I circled up one last time with our not-so-little traveling family outside the transfer gate in the Hong Kong airport I couldn't think of a more fitting way to part ways then to share my favourite passage from Iyer's powerful piece of work. "So travel, at heart, is just a quick way to keeping our minds mobile and awake. As Santayana, the heir to Emerson and Thoreau with whom I began wrote, 'There is wisdom in turning as often as possible from the familiar to the unfamiliar, it keeps the mind nimble; it kills prejudice, and it fosters humour.' Romantic poets inaugurated an era of travel  because there were the great apostles of open eyes. Buddhist monks are often vagabonds, in part because they believe in wakefulness. And if travel is like love, it is, in the end, mostly because it's a heightened state of awareness, in which we are mindful, receptive, undimmed by familiarity and ready to be transformed. That is why the best trips, like the best love affairs, never really end." Caitlin, Devlin, Eddie, Emily, Emma, Erica, Fiona, Hannah, Isabella, Lauren, Max, Maeve, Meera, Nora, Rishi and Sam - as you prepare for your return, to re-enter to ordinary world, remember that you are not the same 16 people who left Cleveland three weeks ago. It is ok if people do not recognize you, it is ok if things don't feel quite right. Many things were left behind in Myanmar and still more things were gained. Embrace the new you and reintroduce yourselves to your family and friends. Support one another and remember that as Devlin so beautifully pointed out yesterday morning, the end of this journey also marks the beginning of the next. It has been a pleasure and an adventure getting to know each and every one of you. much love, kara [post_title] => The Return [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => return [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2014-07-05 08:07:52 [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-07-05 14:07:52 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://wheretherebedragons.com/?p=104449 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [categories] => Array ( [0] => WP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 177 [name] => Myanmar Hawken [slug] => myanmar-hawken [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 177 [taxonomy] => category [description] => [parent] => 254 [count] => 48 [filter] => raw [term_order] => 8.1 [cat_ID] => 177 [category_count] => 48 [category_description] => [cat_name] => Myanmar Hawken [category_nicename] => myanmar-hawken [category_parent] => 254 [link] => https://my.wheretherebedragons.com/category/summer-2014/myanmar-hawken/ ) ) [category_links] => Myanmar Hawken )

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The Return

Katy and Kara,Myanmar Hawken

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Back in Mandalay, sitting in our Myanmar sister Ei Shwe Sin’s house the group shared favourite passages from Pico Iyer’s essay “Why We Travel.” We went around the circle reading out loud and highlighting, sentences, passages and messages that spoke to us. At the time, I didn’t have the chance to share. I can’t recall […]

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07/5/14

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Katy and Kara

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Myanmar Hawken

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As you're waiting on the other end, students have begun the return to Cleveland and are safely on the first leg of their journey to Hong Kong. We had an incredible last day at Shwedagon Pagoda where we bid Yangon and Myanmar goodbye, for now.

Kara will send an update from Hong Kong!
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Students on flight to HKG

aaron,Myanmar Hawken

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Hi all, As you’re waiting on the other end, students have begun the return to Cleveland and are safely on the first leg of their journey to Hong Kong. We had an incredible last day at Shwedagon Pagoda where we bid Yangon and Myanmar goodbye, for now. Kara will send an update from Hong Kong!

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07/4/14

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aaron

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Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => One of the main components of the trip is an eight picture photo essay that each student creates to be displayed tonight in an art gallery in Yangon. Each essay is accompanied by a short artist statement explaining the subject.
Gateway to Confidence
Gateway is an English language learning school open to students in their teens to their thirties. Just outside of downtown Hpa-an, about sixty students met either day or night to practice reading, writing, and speaking English. In spending just two days with Gateway I could see what the students were really trying to accomplish. Gateway isn’t about learning a language that much of the world speaks; it is about building leadership skills, enthusiasm for learning, and confidence in themselves. In two days twelve young students organized lessons for forty-five students, while the students listened to, interpreted, and shared what they learned leading to their ultimate success.
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Photo Essay

Isabella White,Myanmar Hawken

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One of the main components of the trip is an eight picture photo essay that each student creates to be displayed tonight in an art gallery in Yangon. Each essay is accompanied by a short artist statement explaining the subject. Gateway to Confidence Gateway is an English language learning school open to students in their […]

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07/2/14

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Isabella White

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Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Yesterday we had the privilege to meet with the founders of Proximity Designs, which is a social entrepreneurship company located in Yangon that focuses on making products for the low-income farmers of Myanmar. Before coming in we had read two articles giving a brief overview about what the company does, but we were left with many questions. They are trying to make the lives better of the poor, but they do not act like a charity and treat everybody like a customer. This makes the farmers invest in products they will actually use instead of being handed something from a charity that may just sit around. Many of their products, like a solar powered light that can also charge your phone, would be useful not just in Myanmar but they explained to us that they are not selling internationally. When one of the Hawken students asked why they explained to us that to design a product for a specific group of people, you need to know the culture and dig deep to find out their needs. If they spread internationally to help other developing countries their products would not be as efficient for the local people. My biggest take away from hearing them speak was learning that the smallest products could make a huge difference. The solar powered flashlight can help people do more work at night and also help children be able to study for longer periods of time. Everybody in the group was so thankful to have had the opportunity to speak with Proximity Designs and we are sure to never forget this company.
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Proximity Designs

Lauren Newman,Myanmar Hawken

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07/2/14

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Lauren Newman

Category

Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Bright lights, fast cars, late night tea shops, street hawkers yelling in every direction, internet, Americans, high heels, billboards, BMWs... we're back in Yangon and ready for round II.

 

Students are getting ready for the Photo Exhibition tonight with our partner group here in Myanmar, Diverze Arts. Can't wait to see final products and the incredible set up, thanks to our leader team of Emily and Erica, bridging artistic aesthetics and group motivation.

 

Tomorrow's our last day and it will be a full one!
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Rocking Yangon

I-team,Myanmar Hawken

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Bright lights, fast cars, late night tea shops, street hawkers yelling in every direction, internet, Americans, high heels, billboards, BMWs… we’re back in Yangon and ready for round II.   Students are getting ready for the Photo Exhibition tonight with our partner group here in Myanmar, Diverze Arts. Can’t wait to see final products and […]

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07/2/14

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I-team

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Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Two days ago we left Mawlymine to come to our final destination which is Yangon. We have taken many modes of transportation during our time here including boats, airplanes, buses, tuk tuks, and trains.
To arrive at our final destination Hannah and I were challenged with going to the train station and purchasing twenty train tickets using our minimal language skills. Along with purchasing train tickets we had to figure out which train class we would all sit in. Although a challenging task we were able to communicate and use hand motions to convey our message. After forty five minutes we had twenty train tickets and were all set to go for the next morning.
The next morning we were off on an eleven hour train ride to Yangon. I was overwhelmed by the amount of people walking around selling all different kinds of traditional Myanmar foods, many of whom were carrying the food on their heads on a very bumpy train. The smells in the air differed: some good and some bad. Along with all the delicious foods that were being sold was the beautiful scenery. The train travelled through many remote areas where there were small villages and people working in rice paddies. It was interesting to me that a train was built right through the small rural villages. After laying on straw mats under the seats attempting to sleep we finally made it to Yangon. Which was a bittersweet moment in the trip because it means the trip is coming to a close but at the same time it will be exciting to come home and share our experiences!
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Trains, Planes, and Automobiles

Meera Sehgal,Myanmar Hawken

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Two days ago we left Mawlymine to come to our final destination which is Yangon. We have taken many modes of transportation during our time here including boats, airplanes, buses, tuk tuks, and trains. To arrive at our final destination Hannah and I were challenged with going to the train station and purchasing twenty train […]

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07/2/14

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Meera Sehgal

Category

Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Yesterday morning we escaped the beating sun and heavy air of Yangon as we entered the office of Proximity Designs, a company that designs inexpensive products to improve the lives of those living in rural Myanmar. For about an hour, we spoke with the company’s founders, Jim Taylor and Debbi Aung Din. They shared with us their own stories and the story of their business: its history, internal workings, and goals. As Mr. Taylor told us, an important mission of the company is “embedded in the name.” Both Mr. Taylor and Ms. Debbi emphasized that the company runs more like a business as opposed to a charity organization. It sells its products, rather than simply giving them away. In this way, the company operates in a way that is conscious of the culture of Myanmar. It respects the dignity of its customers by giving them the ability to decline the product being sold. By treating their clients like customers as opposed to recipients of charity, Proximity Designs respects one of the most important concepts of Myanmar culture: ah-nar-de, one’s deep consideration of those around him and their needs. For me, this integration into Myanmar culture is what has made Proximity Designs stand out in my mind as truly innovative and life-changing.
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Meeting with Proximity Designs

Hannah Reavis,Myanmar Hawken

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07/2/14

Author

Hannah Reavis

Category

Myanmar Hawken

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    [post_content] => Our time in Myanmar is almost at an end, but before we leave we have one more thing to complete. We, the Hawken students, are back in Yangon where we have started to partner with college students from the area to create and put on display photo essays. Each student, from both communities, has put together between three and eight photos depicting a theme of their choice. The topics of the essays range from water transportation, to education, to the mixture of the natural world and man made intrusions. Tonight we have a formal showing starting 7:00. Hopefully people from all over the city who have received invitations will join us. Cant wait!
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Student Photo Essay Gallery

Maxwell Boise,Myanmar Hawken

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Our time in Myanmar is almost at an end, but before we leave we have one more thing to complete. We, the Hawken students, are back in Yangon where we have started to partner with college students from the area to create and put on display photo essays. Each student, from both communities, has put […]

Posted On

07/2/14

Author

Maxwell Boise

Category

Myanmar Hawken

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