Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from April, 2008
Paraussies mentions that Burmese from Australia are facing difficulties casting their votes.
Justin supports and loves Mrs. Hillary Clinton's speech on Dr. M. L. King Jr., “I just love this speech. Against all odds, I strongly believe in Mrs. Clinton and that she's the right person to go to the White House and bring about real positive changes in the United States.”....
The Burmese Ruby Diary shares her feelings during the second time she voted as a citizen of Myanmar.
Ashin Mettacara reports that two bombs exploded in the largest city of Myanmar. No casualties were immediately reported.
Rule of Lords insists that Thailand’s army leaders are not better than Burma’s.
Myanmar Genocide blog publishes the “Burma Democratic Diagram“, a brain storming diagram for political calculations for Burma. “This diagram is not the opinion of one person. This is an accumulated result of opinions of many people interviewed.”
Freedom From Fear notifies that the Embassy of Myanmar in Singapore is accepting ballots from 25th to 29th and Moethee Zun urges to vote “NO” to the junta's one-sided referendum.
Rice is the staple food in Southeast Asia and in many parts of the world. Many people in Southeast Asia are worried over reports that rice is getting more expensive and supplies are dwindling. Bloggers discuss the impact of the rice crisis in the region.
Watch a You Tube video which reports the death of 54 Myanmar migrants who suffocated in a lorry while being smuggled in southern Thailand.
The Twitter Suu participatory media project aims to send millions of messages to Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi “to let her know she has worldwide support.”
Buddha Warrior uploads a statement of the All Burma Monks’ Alliance and the 88 Generation Students which condemns the failure of the UN Security Council to take an effective action against the military junta in Burma
New Mandala uploads pictures of roads in the eastern Shan State located in the borders of Burma, Thailand and China.