A photograph of George W. Bush with a monk in makeshift monastery in a small rundown apartment house in New York

 
A photograph of George W. Bush with a monk in makeshift monastery in a small rundown apartment house in New York
U Agga Nya Na, (L) one of Four Burmese monks from the "All Burma Monks Alliance", a group of exiled monks who fled the protests of the 2007 Saffron Revolution, walks by a photograph of his brother posing with former U.S. President George W. Bush, on a wall in their makeshift monastery in a small rundown apartment house in the economically depressed upstate New York city of Utica April 27, 2010. Among the subjects of "Burma VJ" a 2009 Oscar nominated documentary, 38 Burmese monks who led and participated in protests against the military regime were forced to escape as refugees to the United States and these four are among just eight left in the U.S. The rest are dispersed throughout the country with most having left the monk-hood. Picture taken April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS)