The Fuel Crisis

PWIN OO LWIN, MANDALAY REGION // Early morning, the rumor of a vast fuel shortage started spreading across the whole country and crowds of consumers took petrol stations by storm. “I don’t know who the hell said that fuel delivery will be interrupted. I couldn’t rest the whole day because of that rumor. All morning […]

Read the Zine “From Our Place to the Frontline”

From Our Place to the Frontline ငါတို့နေရာမှ ရှေ့တန်းသို့ a new outlet written by striking students from Yangon university in collaboration with Fulbright University Vietnam students who felt deeply affected by the situation in Myanmar. The free-to-read online magazine features creative writing and interviews of highschoolers who left their education for revolution, a young aspiring teacher […]

The Dangers of Thingyan

YANGON // The beginning of the annual New Year festivities has been marred by many protests and warnings this year. Thingyan is the traditional Burmese New Year celebration and a water play festival held in the month of Tagu, which corresponds to April, in most Southeast Asian countries.  “For three or four days in April, […]

Our Photo Exhibition at the Movies that Matter Film Festival

We are proud to announce that we had a successful photo exhibition that ran from March 22nd – April 16th, 2022 at the Atrium City Hall in the Hague, the Netherlands as part of the Movies that Matter Festival. We showed a collection of photos, artworks and our short documentary under the theme “Protesting Through […]

From Ukraine to Myanmar : Reflections on crime against humanity

Laung Lone, Dawei // “Slava Ukraini!”, shouted a young Burmese revolutionary in a video clip aimed at the international community. Behind him, a group of like-minded people were holding signs with blue and yellow flags to show solidarity with the Ukrainians and repeated firmly “Glory to Ukraine”. On February 24th, 2022, the Russian invasion of […]

The Return of the Darkness

Kyaukpadaung Township, Mandalay // One year after the coup d’Etat, many Burmese people stayed indoors as a form of protest against General Min Aung Hlaing’s seizure of absolute power. During this Silent Strike, Ko Aung Aung, a Mandalay resident, stood on his own in front of the local electricity office and set fire on himself.  […]