|Wednesday, 14 April 2010|
| A collection of protest songs produced by Burmese exiles in Delhi are aired around the world, smuggled into Burma and can even be heard secretly on radio's back home taking the struggle of freedom to a new dimension. |
The article below is published by the Independent.co.ukFirst comes the sound of hand drums, followed by a voice that is steady and persistent. As Ngwe Toe leans back and angles his words towards the microphone, his lines are met by a chanting group which takes up his theme and sings back at him, as a call and response.