8 Minutes To Read Za Latt Myay (pseudonym) discusses the life of a Myanmar refugee in India.
7 Minutes To Read Dawt (pseudonym) explains how her life and the experiences she went through changed before and after the military coup.
6 Minutes To Read Len (pseudonym) expresses how her struggles, traumatic experiences, and life have changed for the worse in the aftermath of the coup.
7 Minutes To Read Yu Gan Paing (pseudonym) explains the trauma, struggles, and the vicious cycles in the life of a refugee since the 2021 coup.
3 Minutes To Read Aung Ko Ko argues that the Spring Revolution provides an opportunity for an ideological marketplace to flourish.
8 Minutes To Read Zoheisa (pseudonym) documents how her way of life changed after participating in the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) and her resilience as a refugee in Mizoram.
8 Minutes To Read Cielo (pseudonym) argues that targeting Christians and the re-emergence of Pyu Saw Htee triggered the military’s motivation to commit atrocities.
Beyond What Numbers can Say: The Economic and Social Devastations Caused by Myanmar’s Burning Villages
7 Minutes To Read Julian (pseudonym) shows how the junta’s use of arson has incurred extreme devastation.
9 Minutes To Read Phoenix (pseudonym) reflects on the economic, political, and cultural atmosphere in Rangoon after the February 2021 coup through the eyes of a normal youth.
Deification of Teachers in Burma: Why the Tradition of Paying Respect to Teachers should be Abolished
5 Minutes To Read Phoenix (pseudonym) argues that Burma’s current model of teacher-student relations limits debate.