Myanmar's Revolution through the eyes of a musician – BBC News

by Moin Uddin Ahmed Tipu

More than 750 people have been killed since the Myanmar military seized power three months ago. Thousands of people have been detained, including elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

The borders are closed and the internet effectively blocked, but people are documenting their ongoing resistance to the coup.

In Yangon, a musician and his sister have, for the last two months, been filming for the BBC.

Reporters: Banyol Kong Janoi and Poe Ei Phyu
Camera: Zarchi and Banyol Kong Janoi
Produced and directed by: Rebecca Henschke and Kelvin Brown
Edited by: Kelvin Brown and Michael Latham

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