Folks, many things have changed since we last reported on Sunday. We thought Ko Jimmy and Ko Zayar Thaw were still alive. In less than 24 hours of our report about how they received a family visit for the first time, the regime announced the execution of them. Since then, our revolution has taken another … Continue reading Weekly Update: 025
Month: July 2022
Weekly Update: 024
Folks, here’s the weekly update by our team to fill you in with what’s STILL happening in Myanmar. The week was eventful: from the detained leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s current update in solitary confinement to the International Court of Justice’s ruling to proceed with the genocide case. Internal Politics Daw Aung San Suu … Continue reading Weekly Update: 024
Weekly Update: 023
Folks, another week, another report from post-coup Myanmar where things get tougher. This week, the junta-administered Central Bank of Myanmar announced all Myanmar nationals and businesses to withhold any foreign payables, automatically converting people’s foreign currencies into Myanmar Kyats. Teachers from an alternative education platform, backed by the NUG, were arrested. Meanwhile, coup leader Min … Continue reading Weekly Update: 023
Weekly Update: 022
Folks, another week of reporting under the coup. Coup leader Min Aung Hlaing proposed ridiculous prerequisites via ASEAN Envoy for dialogues to happen with democratic forces, to which the NUG instantly rejected. The public remembers the 7th July killings at Yangon University 60 years ago. Read all about it in our weekly report. Internal Politics … Continue reading Weekly Update: 022
Extrajudicial Killings: Justified or Condemned?
Dalan is a term that has been frequently seen in the news re- lated to the armed resistance in Myanmar. Dalan is slang for an imposter in the Burmese language, in the context of the resistance, people refer to the civilians or government staff that coordinate with the military to spy on the people’s movements. … Continue reading Extrajudicial Killings: Justified or Condemned?
Weekly Update: 021
Hi folks, today is the coup leader Min Aung Hlaing’s birthday. We wish him a very damning birthday and the worst returns of the year. So did many people around the world. Read our weekly wrap up of events from toilet strikes of mocking Min Aung Hlaing to the continued atrocities of the murderous regime. … Continue reading Weekly Update: 021
Freedom Memoirs (June Issue)
The month of June showed that the coup leader Min Aung Hlaing has all it takes to surpass the previous dictators’ cruelty in Myanmar’s history. He threatened to hang the pro-democracy activists and actually put Daw Aung San Suu Kyi inside a prison. He might have thought such oppression may instil fear down the spines … Continue reading Freedom Memoirs (June Issue)