Thursday, November 8, 2007
Losts of them are overseas and in US.
Recently an e-mail surfaced from Ta Zay’s 19-year-old son Htet Tay Za, part of which was published in “The First Post Daily Magazine” on November 6th, 2007.
Photographed embracing scantly clad girls, the boy allegedly wrote:
“U.S. bans us. We're still f---ing cool in Singapore. See my photos? We're sitting on the whole Burmese GDP. We've got timber, gems and gas to be sold to other countries like Singapore, China, India and Russia. … My brother is rocking on his red brand new Lamborghini Gallardo with hot sexy Western chicks …Come on with Bagan (Air Bagan). It is cheaper than others, right? One U.S. $ makes a lot differences (sic) in Burmese currency. And I need another Ferrari to rock on!”