Cartoon Maung Yit – There’s no light in SPDC’s Parliament, bring your own candles !! March 17th, 2010
Cartoon Saw Ngo – The last nail to his own coffin for Burmese Regime March 15, 2010
Burmese Activists host Birthday Ceremony for 2 Senior Opposition Leaders MoeMaKa Photo News March 12th, 2010 In Rangoon, Burmese activists, NLD members, community from Burmese political and literary circles were hosting birthday ceremonies to pay respect to 2 senior…
Artist Ko Myoe – Burma Phone Maw Day (Burma Human Rights Day) 22 Year Anniversary March 11th, 2010
Cartoon Beruma – Burmese Political Perspective March 10th, 2010
Sign at laundry offers chances to learn
The sign on the door at Ricker’s City Laundry at Calhoun Street and Rudisill Boulevard was blunt and shocking to some, at least to those who could read it.
“For Sanitary Purposes, There Are No Burmese People Allowed.”
Poor Bastards … Due to the National Reconciliation and Unconditional Dialogue Process with the Regime, the Oppositions have nothing but to fight each other in the mean time … (Cartoon Maung Yit – March 9th, 2010)
More Business & Lands along Rangoon River seized for the Burmese Regime
MoeMaka Reporter Rangoon
March 4, 2010
Sources told MoeMaKa that Business located at highly priced lands and areas along the bank of Rangoon River were forced to shutdown and be transferred to the hands of some private Business Enterprises close to the Regime.
Among the seizures, one example was “Htay Marine Food Refrigeration Company” located in San Pya Bazaar from Rangoon Kyi Myin Dine Township; which was told to shut down the operation at the end of this month, one engineer who did not want to be named told MoeMaKa.
“According to the printed order, it said that the operation to be shutdown in 30 days and to report to the authority for further instruction” he added.
NLD Party announced its extension of leadership with Phy Phyu Thin and some political prisoners
MoeMaKa Reporter 002
March 4, 2010
Phyu Phyu Thin, NLD member and known social volunteer for HIV/AIDS patients was found as one of the 100 member list of Central Committee assigned today according to NLD statement.
Over Seven Thousands Burmese Migrant registered in Japan Ref: Moe Thauk Kye News Group 26th February, 2010 According to Japan’s Ministry of Justice, there were recently 7,789 Burmese people registered to stay under various visa statuses. As dated to 23rd…