Brave New Burma is a stunning book by Nic Dunlop, who has spent 20 years photographing Burma, from the frontlines of war, to Aung San Suu Kyi, to the lives of ordinary people struggling to survive.
‘Burma’s Plea’ This beautiful book of photographs shows Burma’s landscape, architecture and the lives and diversity of the people in this extraordinary country.
‘Little Daughter’ is the extraordinary autobiography of Zoya Phan, who was forced to flee Burma and is now a high profile activist campaigning for freedom for her homeland.
The Lady and the Peacock is a must-read biography – an accessible and engaging book about Aung San Suu Kyi and her part in Burma’s struggle for democracy.
Burma at the Crossroads is fascinating book, with wide-ranging accounts of the courage and determination of Burma’s people, its history and struggle for justice.
Burmese Girls is funny, fabulous and frightening, but also tells the sadder story of Burma today, where democracy is crushed, monks disappeared and poverty endemic.
The Silent Screams From Myanmar. This novel highlights the terrible experiences and abuse that refugees from Burma suffer in Malaysia.
Than Shwe: Unmasking Burma’s Tyrant provides the first-ever account of Than Shwe’s journey from postal clerk to dictator.
Inspired by Aung San Suu Kyi’s philosophy of non-violence, ‘From Democracy to Peace’ discusses peace and how to achieve it. The author is donating a percentage of the profits to Burma Campaign UK.
Everything is Broken. On May 2, 2008, a massive tropical cyclone made landfall in Burma. Emma Larkin, managed to arrange a visa and arrived to find chaos.
Thailand’s Hidden Workforce. This book ventures into the role Burmese women migrant workers play in Thailand’s workforce.
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