Freedom Memoirs – Day 282

As people reminisced their experience from last year’s election, more interesting personal anecdotes came from soldiers on Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM). A former captain shared on Facebook that on the election day, soldiers were deployed at voting stations as undercovers to report on “suspicious activity” and instructed to monitor the events until the results were … Continue reading Freedom Memoirs – Day 282

Freedom Memoirs (October Issue)

Nine months have gone under the military regime. From our civilians-elected National Unity Government (NUG) to resistance fighter on ground, everyone has stepped up their game in both international and war fronts. Yet, coup leader Min Aung Hlaing remains delusional, talking about electric trains and underground transportation. To wake him up from his dream which … Continue reading Freedom Memoirs (October Issue)