In November, a caravan of Central Americans traveled more than 3,000 miles across Mexico on a journey to find their loved ones who disappeared on the dangerous trek to the U.S.
San Antonio Express-News
Central American families search for their disappeared sons and daughters across thousands of miles of the migrant trail in Mexico.
Lung Lawn walked for 17 nights to get here, through heavily mined forests, past Burmese military battalions and over the mountainous battlefields where rebel guerillas ambush them.
The new moon of December is approaching, and he's come to celebrate the New Year of his people; the Shan, Burma's largest ethnic minority. He's 46 years old — as old as the military government's iron-fisted rule over Burma, and as old as his people's armed resistance against it.