“Many shells landed. They were fired across the border and landed about two miles inside Chinese territory,” a local told Chinese TV.
Burmese military media have reported that Kokang rebels abducted five workers from a hydropower plant in Laogai.
The ruling USDP has said will run in Kokang electorates. But is the war-torn region ready for polls so soon?
An attack on a Burmese army convoy in northern Shan State has left one solider dead and two injured, according to a witness.
Burmese military officials have called on their Thai counterparts to help capture Kokang rebel leader Peng Jiasheng who they claim is hiding in Thailand.
The MNDAA has vowed to stop attacking Burmese government units as from Wednesday at midnight, other than for self-defence.