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'Penis poet' Maung Saungkha sentenced
Melbourne Age

'Penis poet' Maung Saungkha sentenced

Bangkok: Myanmar poet Maung Saungkha insists he does not have a portrait of his country's former president Thein Sein tattooed on his penis although he was not asked to prove the point in court. But 24 year-old Mr Saungkha was still sentenced to ... Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
Poet convicted, released Myanmar Times, 1 month ago

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Myanmar man guilty of 'penis tattoo' post

A Burmese man has been sentenced to six months in prison after writing a poem about having the former President Thein Sein's image tattooed on his penis. Maung Saungkha, 24, was charged with online defamation for posting the short fictional poem ...
 BBC1 month ago Myanmar's poet convicted of online defamation freed after six months in jail  Al Ahram1 month ago Penis poet freed after 6 months in jail  Sunday Independent1 month ago Myanmar's penis poet freed after six months in jail month ago
Pune Mirror

Myanmar's penis tattoo poet found guilty of defamation

YANGON A court in Myanmar sentenced a poet to six months in jail on Tuesday for defaming former president Thein Sein, making him one of the first political activists sentenced since Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi took power in April. Maung Saung ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago Poet to walk free, but not happy with verdict  DVB1 month ago Myanmar poets jail term like from the old days  Reuters UK1 month ago Myanmar poet's jail term 'like from the old days'  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago
Channel NewsAsia

Vivian Balakrishnan meets with ex-Myanmar president Thein Sein

On the last day of a 3-day introductory visit to Myanmar, Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan met with the chairman of the former rulingUnion Solidarity and Development Party, Thein Sein. By May Wong , Myanmar Correspondent, Channel ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 month ago MFA Press Statement: Introductory Visit by Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Vivian Balakrishnan to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, 17-19 May 2016  Foreign month ago Vivian Balakrishnan in Myanmar for introductory visit from May 17 to 19  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago

How to win friends in Burma

JUST before leaving office in March, President Thein Sein granted citizenship to 60,000 ethnic Chinese living in northern Shan State. The Mong Wong, who originally hail from Yunnan Province in southwestern China, overnight became the Mong Wong-Bamar ...
 Asian Correspondent1 month ago Burma's former president joins monkhood  Rediff.com2 months ago From ministry to monastery: Myanmar's former president Thein Sein leaves office, joins monkhood  First Post.com2 months ago Myanmar's former president leaves office, joins monkhood  The Hindu2 months ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Myanmar's ex-president Thein Sein joins monkhood

Days after Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party assumed office in Myanmar in a historic transition of power, former president Thein Sein has joined the Buddhist monkhood.Thein Sein, a former army general who ruled Myanmar for five ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Myanmar's Suu Kyi reiterates stance on not using term 'Rohingya'-official  Sify1 week ago Myanmar: Suu Kyi wins the...  EastOnline.eu1 month ago Squabbles Over Terminology Obscure Suu Kyi's Larger Goals  Irrawaddy1 month ago

Myanmar: No hope yet for Rohingya under Aung San Suu Kyi

Aung San Suu Kyi with army members during the handover ceremony of outgoing President Thein Sein and new President Htin Kyaw at the presidential palace, March 30. She is not the president, but will exercise considerable power. The Rohingya ...
 Christian Today1 month ago UNFC Proposes More Negotiations Prior to Suu Kyi Meeting  Irrawaddy2 weeks ago Why is Aung San Suu Kyi ignoring her country's most vulnerable people  Gulf News2 weeks ago THE LADY AND THE GENERALS: Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma's Struggle for Freedom by Peter Popham weeks ago

USDP to Sue Newspapers Over Gems Corruption Story

USDP Chairman and Burma's former president Thein Sein meets with party members in Rangoon Division in late May to discuss the party's policies and to encourage members to promote the interests of the people to broaden the USDP's popular appeal.
 Irrawaddy4 weeks ago USDP Sets Sights On 2020 Comeback  Irrawaddy1 month ago Expelled USDP members threaten UEC complaint  Myanmar Times1 month ago USDP Domestic Squabble Heats Up as Shwe Mann Wins Support  Irrawaddy1 month ago

Former Spokesman Slams Critics for Trivial Coffee Shop Controversy

Golden Farm Coffee Shop in Nyapyidaw. (Photo: Thiha / The Irrawaddy) RANGOON — Ex-President Thein Sein's former spokesperson slammed his old boss's critics for focusing too much on what, to him, is a trivial coffee shop controversy. While ...
 Irrawaddy4 weeks ago

Myanmar sets free famous activist monk

One of Myanmar's most famous activist monks has been released from prison in Yangon. U Gambira, a key figure in the 2007 "Saffron Revolution" was due to complete a six month jail sentence this week. But fresh charges had been brought against ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh3 hours ago Myanmar frees famed activist monk  BBC4 hours ago
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