Patience is a virtue when it comes to the troublesome process of democratization.Go to →
The battle for Bagan
Myanmar’s hidden pearl, the temple city of Bagan, has been taken hostage in a political game. (In Danish)
Burma's big taboo
Even though Myanmar is seeing a nascent democratization, the rohingya minority is as persecuted as ever.
Turning Tables is an NGO working to empower marginalised youth and allow their voices to be heard.Go to →
Myanmar, the new Thailand?
Myanmar has to be aware of the potential consequences of tourism and focus on building a true democracy. (In Danish)Go to →
The never ending battle
The democracy in Myanmar is not as spotless as international media usually say.
Being an embryonic democracy, Myanmar is still a country torn between its different states and their regional patriotism. (In Danish)Go to →
At the boarder
Life in Thailand means bigger wages and shelter from the Burmese military rule.Go to →
Between two worlds
A peep into the lives of Burmese migrants in Thailand. (In Danish)Go to →
A simple blacksmith
A homestay with a Burmese immigrant family taught us that even the poorest are not necessarily powerless.
On the trip to Myanmar I not only learned about the country and its system, but I also became more critical of the system I come from. (In Danish)Go to →