USA – The Freedom Tattoo Campaign led by Ko Htein Lin (Kim Aris), the younger son of State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, will be held on December 3rd at 1p.m. local time in New York City, USA.
In the campaign, Ko Htein Lin himself will participate by signing a traditional Burmese dragon tattoo on his arm.
Helping Hands for Burma (H2B) will be selling temporary tattoo stickers for those who want temporary tattoos during the campaign.
On the day of the event, those who donate money to the revolution, regardless of the amount, will be given a digital certificate of congratulations with Kim’s signature, according to H2B members who organized the event.
“I would like to respectfully invite all Burmese-born brothers and sisters in New York to cooperate as much as possible to make this campaign a success,” said one H2B member.
The Freedom Tattoo Campaign fundraising event will be held from October 30th to December 3rd to support prisoners being held illegally in Myanmar. The campaign aims to support the families of executed heroes and more than 2 million war victims.
After the Burmese traditional boxing champion Tu Tu was unjustly arrested and had to give his life, Kim, who likes traditional boxing, came to honor Tu Tu and his family and friends.
A global fundraising event was organized to help refugees. For those unable to attend the New York City campaign in person, the organizers are appealing to contact the H2B team and help as much as possible.