Myanmar quarry: Chinese road project causes division

A controversial Chinese construction project is disrupting a fragile peace in Myanmar's Kayin State.

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    For some villagers along Myanmar's border with Thailand, the promise of a new road is a threat to life as they know it.

    But others see it as an opportunity.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on how a Chinese construction project is threatening a fragile peace in Myanmar's Kayin state.


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