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In defending “kalar” as a friendly term, many Myanmar social media users are failing to listen to people who are merely asking to be treated with respect.
Nine years after fighting resumed between the Tatmadaw and the Kachin Independence Army, internally displaced people in Kachin State say they want to go home.
Facing obstacles including landmines and a stalled peace process, we talk to them about what lies ahead.
The peace process has made little progress since the National League for Democracy took office and stakeholders will need to embrace a new approach if the guns of war are to be silenced under the next government.
The Ministry of Education plans to begin classes for senior students on July 21 but faces an uphill battle to get schools ready in line with strict health guidelines.
After two months of semi-lockdown, the commercial capital is bouncing back to the new normal of life with the coronavirus.
The continued threat of a COVID-19 outbreak in Yangon’s dense neighbourhoods makes an urgent case for long overdue fixes to problems of city governance.