Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from March, 2008
Varena at PingMag interviews Lars Bromley, director of the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), who talks about how his group uses geospatial technology to digitally capture atrocities against civilians in Darfur, Zimbabwe, North Korea, the Gaza Strip and Burma.
Sophie Lwin urges to support for the two Burmese students who will walk over 3,000 miles across USA to present a petition for Burma's Freedom. “They are on foot walking 25-30 miles a day holding two flags … I ask you to please do whatever you can to help support...
Burma Digest features the ebook “Bullets in the Alms Bowl” – An Analysis of the Brutal SPDC Suppression of the September 2007 Saffron Revolution which was written, edited and published by the Human Rights Documentation Unit.
Yangon Thu introduces and translates a post by Myanmar blogger Nyi Lynn Seck. The blogger has discovered an online library that contains several hard to find works on Myanmar History, Culture, Archeology and Literature.
The South East Asian Archaeology Newsblog points to a ancient site in Burma that might be in danger due to mining work.