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In Myanmar, people like me are called keyboard fighters, as I am trying to spread whatever information I come across around the clock. For the last few days, much of what I have been spreading is about the fallen heroes -- one small Facebook post for each. For example, a mother declaring "I have found my son", whom I posted as missing on Facebook yesterday, but he had been shot to death. I don't think I have even scratched the surface. They keep coming up one after another and most of them are so young.
In light of those killings, I would like to share the heartfelt writings of a CDM medical doctor who rushed to Hlaing Thar Ywar hospital on the day of the deadly shootings to help.
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Read the article as myanmar version
As the military thugs are attacking ambulances in Yangon, the trishaw has become the primary form of transport. Attached here are two powerful photos of citizens transporting the injured
and see who is driving one of them.
Last but not least, people are fighting back
well for now with what they can get, slingshots.
Our hearts are filled with sorrow these days, and tears in our eyes, but we are hopeful and determined along with this new generation of freedom fighters in Myanmar.
We must win. We will win.
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