'Asian women are making their mark on history these days - Mrs Gandhi, Mrs Banderanaike, Mao Tse-tung's widow. But none of their stories is more exciting that this one of a Burmese woman whose quality of life - without governmental aid - affected statesmen, soldiers, diplomats and thousands of other people around the world. As a friend of Daw Nyein Tha for thirty years and as a British diplomat in Rangoon and other capitals, I saw first hand the remarkable results of her work. To read her story is to get fresh inspiration about what an individual can do.' A.R.K. Mackenzie, CBE, former British ambassador
The story of remarkable Burmese woman.