Almost 30% of Myanmar’s teachers have been suspended by the military regime for participating in the civil disobedience movement.
On the Ground in Yangon
Keep up with the transformations in Myanmar as the nation undergoes tectonic changes.
Myanmar’s military lacks ‘financial and human resources’ to build a local version of China’s Great Firewall, one report says.News
27 May 2021 • 3 mins read
“I am delivering food to others so they do not need to go out and risk their lives,” a food delivery driver told KrASIA.
The regime is trying to project a pro-business image by reinstating access to mobile banking and Microsoft’s Office 365.
Fintech services have been curtailed by constant internet disruptions and limited cash flows, setting back a sector that had just begun to flourish.
The new feature allows any Burmese user to lock their profile and adjust privacy settings, limiting access to people on their friends list.News
06 Apr 2021 • 2 mins read
‘Poorly edited’ or ‘forged’? The video of one minister’s corruption confession is the latest flashpoint in Myanmar.News
24 Mar 2021 • 4 mins read
At least 250 people have been killed during weeks of violent crackdown following the February 1 coup.News
22 Mar 2021 • 3 mins read
Tech firms including Singapore-based Grab and food delivery platform Foodpanda have suspended their services.News
15 Mar 2021 • 2 mins read
11 Mar 2021 • 2 mins read