Aung is a Myanmar civil-society practitioner now living in Buffalo, New York.

Articles by Aung (2)

Silent Strikes: Striking Against the SAC’s Chance to Govern


The SAC’s brutal crackdowns on Myanmar protestors have had limited effect on the creative ‘silent strikes’ organised on three occasions since February 2021. Townships throughout the country became ‘ghost towns’ to protest the SAC’s atrocities, and there are hints that these actions have unsettled some within the regime.

A Prototype of Bamar-Buddhist Liberated Areas in Anyathars’ Spring Revolution


The liberation of Myaung, a township in Myanmar’s Sagaing region, shows how a coordinated effort among anti-junta forces can lead to tangible results. The question is whether such efforts can be replicated elsewhere.