Kaye Lin is a journalist and communications expert based in New York, United States of America. She has over 13 years of work experience in multimedia, digital technology and reporting from Asia to the United States. She is a solid story teller with a strong background in writing as well as diplomatic skills garnered through her background and work experience.
I discovered a trailer about Yadana Nat Mai, also known as June Bellamy, on YouTube. June Bellamy, the last Princess of Burma, also known as Myanmar, was married to Myanmar’s Dictator U Ne Win who ruled the country from 1962 to 1988. I was interested...
The recruitment of child soldiers in Burma is unique and complicated because young soldiers work for both government and opposition armies. Young boys in the country are likely to be captured and become victims of forced recruitment. Hein Min Aung,...
"They Call It Myanmar; Lifting the Curtain" reveals the cultural and the political landscape of what was once known as the second most isolated country in the world. Film Director and Producer, Robert Lieberman went into Burma, also known as Myanmar...
Zarganar, Burma's most renowned comedian is a threat to the Burmese military regime, because Zarganar is just not a comedian, he is a social activist. His puns target the dictatorship and ignite people's minds. Rex Bloomstein created the film, " This Pris
I wrote the article on Lighting Myanmar - a donor development funded project in Myanmar in which access to power proved to be a life saver during the CoVid-19 pandemic.
I set up the YouTube channel for Yoma Group, the umbrella group in which First Myanmar Investment is part of, and one of the first videos I worked on was the Yoma Yangon International Marathon, the biggest and largest marathon in the country.
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