Blogging in Burma - Type of Myanmar Blogs - Political Blogs

Political Blogs

During late September 2007 (during the events known as "Saffron Revolution"), people posted about the real crisis in Myanmar. Most of the foreign news networks referenced those Myanmar blogs. One of these was Burmese's well-known political and entertainment blog, the Freedom News Group.

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