Lo Hsing Han, who was buried in Yangon last week, led three exciting lives in his 80 or so years.
WAY OUT: Lo Hsing Han’s funeral procession in Yangon last Wednesday. Once dubbed the ‘Godfather of Heroin’ by the US government, Lo died as a business mogul who was behind a host of major commercial developments in Myanmar. PHOTO: EPA
He not only excelled in each, he reached the top - as a national revolutionary, a cross-border drug trafficker and finally as a businessman who proved that you can buy respect from some bankers and governments, no matter how little you've done to earn it.
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