Over the course of 25 years covering Myanmar and Southeast Asia as a photojournalist, Thierry Falise has come under fire from Lao militia, been hit by shrapnel covering riots in Bangkok and come face to face with a diminutive follower of the 10-year-old twins commanding God's Army who would stand on a chair to beat his wife.
LOST GENERATION: Child soldiers in drug warlord Khun Sa’s Mong Tai Army being trained at their headquarters. Shan State, 1994.
Along the way he's been sentenced to 15 years in prison, covertly entered Myanmar to cover the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis and interviewed democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, later publishing a biography of her.
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