Lo Hsing Han (Luo Xinghan) died after fifty years in the drug trade.

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Shan State, Myanmar

http://www.english.panglong.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5501:lo-hsing-han-luo-xinghan-bio-data&catid=89:drugs&Itemid=286MONDAY, 15 JULY 2013 15:52 S.H.A.N.

Lo Hsing Han (Luo Xinghan)


Lo Hsing Han (Photo: Khin Maung Win/AP) Date of Birth - 25 September 1935 (Year of the Pig) Place of Birth - Nam Hu Thai, Laogai village tract, Kokang

Parents - Lo Chuangshin, Lei Shawguo

Siblings - 12 (6 m, 6 f) Lo Hsing Han Lo Hsing Tan Lo Hsing Min Lo Hsing Zay U Aung Khin U Khin Aung U Naing Soe Lo Hsing Yi Daw May Thu Daw Sein May Daw Khin Thwe Thwe Daw Aye Aye Min Marital statues - Married to Zhang Pengshin, have 9 Children (5 m, 4 f) U Than Naing U Aung Naing U Win Naing U Tun Myint Naing U Aung Kyaw Naing Daw Kyi Kyi Han Daw Phyu Phyu Han Daw Thida Han Daw Sabae Han.

1962 - Leader of Kokang Ka-kwe-ye (homeguard); fought against Communist Party of Burma (CPB) 1973 - Joined the armed struggle; 1973 Opium proposal with Shan State Army; kidnapped by Thai police and sent back to Burma; sentenced to death 1980 - Released by general amnesty 1989 - Facilitated ceasefire talks with Kokang, Mong La, Wa and National Democratic Army – Kachin (NDAK) 1992 - Established Asia World 2013 - Passed away at 22:30 on 6 July of heart failure Family members say he was a great friend to the late Khun Sa (1934-2007), Lt-Gen Hso Ten, patron of Shan State Progress Party / Shan State Army (SSPP/SSA) and the Shan people His funeral was on Wednesday, 17 July 2013