11 Minutes To Read David Scott Mathieson asks, if this is the quality of military propaganda, how could they have stayed in power for so long?
4 Minutes To Read Diya Jiang explores Beijing’s interests and trade-offs in managing Sino-Myanmar relations following the Myanmar military’s February 2021 coup d’état.
The Human Cost of Fashion: Chinese Fashion Conglomerate (Kingsrich) and the Struggles of Burmese Garment Workers
18 Minutes To Read Haymarn Soe Nyunt and Pai Cheimt Khaung delve into the unseen hardships of Myanmar’s garment workers with a focus on Kingsrich Garment Factory.
7 Minutes To Read Isabella Aung examines challenges faced by the interim education system post-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.
7 Minutes To Read Diiksa Thang (pseudonym) and Emily Fishbein look at the rollout of university entrance exams under the National Unity Government.
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.
Amendment of the National Education Law and other language-in-education developments following the 2021 military coup in Myanmar (Part 2)
8 Minutes To Read Nicolas Salem-Gervais, Summer Aung, Amber Spreelung, Ja Seng, Jung Benatar, and Chan* outline the evolving language-in-education landscape following the coup, within and beyond military-controlled territory in Part 2 of a Read the full article…