History of Companion House

Loka Chanmi is a refugee from Thai-Burma border who was helped by Companion House to set up a Cafe in Woden called Cafe Ink

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Loka Chanmi is a refugee from Thai-Burma border who was helped by Companion House to set up a Cafe in Woden called Cafe Ink

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Loka Chanmi is a refugee from Thai-Burma border who was helped by Companion House to set up a Cafe in Woden called Cafe Ink

Source

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/companion-house-helped-burmese-refugee-loka-chanmi-who-recently-took-over-cafe-ink-20140312-34mwl.html

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Publisher

Melissa Adams

Date

13/03/2014

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1025

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Citation

“Loka Chanmi is a refugee from Thai-Burma border who was helped by Companion House to set up a Cafe in Woden called Cafe Ink,” History of Companion House, accessed December 11, 2018, http://companionhousehistory.org/items/show/63.

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