Some powerful ethnic armed groups are increasingly throwing their weight behind Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement, seemingly defying China and other allies to take on the military.
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Some powerful ethnic armed groups are increasingly throwing their weight behind Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement, seemingly defying China and other allies to take on the military.
In the final installment of our series about award-winning responsible tourism businesses, we meet Inle Princess Resort managing director Daw Yin Myo Su to discuss the industry slowdown and how the Myanmar Responsible Tourism Awards can serve as a platform for new visitors.

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