Filmclip of "when prison strengthens convictions" with Zarni Zarni was 17 years old and a high school student in the 88's revolution. Quickly, he engaged in politics against the new military dictatorship that replaced that of General Ne Win. He was put in jail in 1989 for 9 years, undergoing torture. He become later a member... Continue Reading

The number of users of new technologies have exploded in Burma. In just a few years, we have gone from a few hundred thousand for the sale of SIM cards, at almost 22 million today. Only Chinese and Indian neighbours have superior growth! In 2009, a SIM card cost $ 2,000, while today the cheapest... Continue Reading

Billions in Arakan shore The military junta discovered in 2004 enormous reserves of gas near the West coast of the country, in the Rakhine State. Years of negotiations have enabled CNPC (Chinese National Petroleum Company), a major State company, to obtain the deal. Their partner in Burma is Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE), one... Continue Reading