copper-mine-protest November 29, 2012

The Summarized : First Issue of Myanmar Netizens’ Newsletter

September 7, 2012



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Posted in: Newsletter

Myanmar or Burma? : The Never Ending Question

July 9, 2012


Myanmar or Burma

Some of you may know it as Burma while some call it Myanmar. Needless to say for foreingers, it’s a never ending debate even among its citizens. The government calls it as Myanmar while pro-democracy icon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi refers it as Burma. Not only in English language but also in Myanmar, there […]

Posted in: Language

One sided restraint could prolong the conflict

June 24, 2012


Rohingya Trick to World & Myanmar

*This article is originaly written by Kyaw H. Aung on Facebook. Featured image is by the cartoonist Herjules Katha. Recent wave of sectarian violence in Burma has resulted in loss of lives and properties on both sides; Burmese and Bengali (so called Rohingya).  It has threatened her road toward democracy and fledgling reform process.  It […]

Happy Birthday Daw Aung San Suu Kyi!

June 19, 2012


Happy Birthday Aung San Suu Kyi

After having some bad days regarding Rohingya riot in western Myanmar, Netizens enjoy wishing and sharing the art pieces for 67th birthday of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi which is today. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi rarely could celebrate her birthday with freedom as she was under house arrest repeatedly by military junta for total […]

Posted in: Celebration

Voices, Appeals and Thoughts for Rohingya’s Riot

June 17, 2012


Voices regarding to Rohingya Riot in Rakhine

This is an effort to let the world hear the public voices of Myanmar, collected by Myanmar Netizens.    

Netizens’ 10 Questions to Media & International Community

June 13, 2012


Questions for International Media regarding Rohingya Riot

Some of you may have wondered why there is continuous daily updates, asking, posting, tweeting by Myanmar people on most of every social networks. Here’s the answer in the form of questions. 1) Everyone who has been to Myanmar recognise that people there are kind and generous with full of smiles. Could such people do […]


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