YANGON, Myanmar - A year ago, Myanmar's police and military stormed the streets of this moldy, crumbling city and began a deadly crackdown on thousands of Buddhist monks protesting sharp rises in the price of food and fuel. Now the country's ruling generals are steeling themselves for a reprise.
Shad Baker, vice president of the Pine Mountain Trail Conference, and members of the Sierra Club, take a lunch break. The volunteers are helping maintain and restore the trail.
Beyond the beer and bratwurst, this city has 95 miles of bike lanes, lush parks lacing the shores of Lake Michigan and a revitalized riverfront.
TRANSLATORS scramble for German equivalent of "detailed programmatic specificity".