CEPA Gallery and the International Institute of Buffalo present: Burma’s Mother Irrawaddy: photos by Law Eh Soe Law Eh Soe photographed the Saffron Revolution, which under the military regime in Burma was a crime punishable by death. As such, he was forced to flee his home country and immigrate as a political refugee, to Buffalo. A documentary detailing his experiences, Click in Fear, will be shown in conjunction with his breathtaking photos. 5:30-8:00 p.m. Friday, May 11th, 2012 617 Main St. Buffalo, New York www.cepagallery.org According to statistics from the International Institute of Buffalo, due to the political unrest within the country of Burma, about 1,400 refugees settle in the Buffalo area annually. Burmese are the fastest growing group in the city of Buffalo, currently comprising 2% (over 6,000) of the total population. Thousands more in the US settle elsewhere and 50,000 to 100,00 live in refugee camps awaiting a final home.