Since the 2021 military coup in Burma, lives have been upended. Many people have decided to give up their educations and careers to join anti-coup protests and go on strike or boycott. Some even took up arms to fight hoping to return the country to its democratic path. All continue to resist a return to dictatorship – two years since the military coup – despite setbacks like being displaced from home or having to seek asylum and refuge temporarily in a neighbouring country.
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