In this photo taken on May 25, 2007, Lo Hsing Han, drug lord-turned-business tycoon, attends the inauguration ceremony of Yangon international airport in Yangon, Myanmar. The man dubbe

 

              In this photo taken on May 25, 2007,  Lo Hsing Han, drug lord-turned-business tycoon, attends the inauguration ceremony of Yangon international airport in Yangon, Myanmar. The man dubbe
In this photo taken on May 25, 2007, Lo Hsing Han, drug lord-turned-business tycoon, attends the inauguration ceremony of Yangon international airport in Yangon, Myanmar. The man dubbed the "Godfather of Heroin" by the U.S. government and slapped with financial sanctions for allegedly helping prop up Myanmar's brutal former military junta through illegal business dealings died over the weekend. Lo Hsing Han was 80 years old. For decades, Lo Hsing Han was considered one of the world's biggest traffickers of heroin. In the 1990s, he and his son Stephen Law founded the conglomerate Asia World.(AP/Photo Khin Maung Win)