November 03, 2007
Issac Ritz has photos showing a man sitting on the pavement with a sign "No arms, no deals. Burma!".
Two days ago, a man took things in his own hands. He was protesting against the government. It was a gloomy day and even though it was drizzling on that day, he still remained in his seat, reading a book.
October 04, 2007
MoeMaKa Media said:
"while everyone is worried about the situation in Burma, the above video from The Straits Times show Myanmar nationals happily stating that they are happy to be in Singapore and how things are “not so bad” back there besides the curfews and how everything seems to be calm, while smiling at the cameras.”
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Translation of a Burmese newswatch blog's reaction to Singapore's coverage. Original blog entry at http://moemaka.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_4091.html. "
September 29, 2007
ko htike received an email which described the injuries sustained by a Singaporean in Myanmar.
I am a Singaporean working in Myanmar for the past 11 years. I was on my way to office( near Thuwana area) at around 4 to 4.30pm when the riot police block the road...The soldiers came down and start to shoot at us. I was shot twice but i did not know what hit me. My both leg were bruised. the soldiers and police kicked us and the rest of the crowds into the drain and shouted that they would kill us if we look at them.