Generation Wave released one album including 7 songs

We do apologize for the delay caused in distributing. All the songs can be download at from the following links;

1.)(ႏုိးထၾကေလာ့) thumb up icon
2.) (တစ္ဆယ္)
3.) (အေမ ၆၄)
4.) (အေျခအေနမ်ား)
5.) (မာရ္နတ္အိမ္)
6.) (တုိက္)
7.) (ခြင့္ျပ ုေတာ့ေမေမ)

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Twenty Fresh Desertions From Burmese Army In Kachin State

Written by KNG
Thursday, 24 September 2009 21:04
Defections from the Burmese Army continue with 20 more soldiers deserting from the frontlines and joining the ethnic Kachin armed group, the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in Burma’s northern Kachin State, last week, said local sources.

The Burmese soldiers defected from Pajau Bum and Na Hpaw Bum, the former KIA headquarters which is close to the Hpalap Bum based KIA’s Division headquarters and 5th Brigade Command in east of Kachin State. The deserters were secretly sent to the area after the Burmese junta started a military offensive against the Kokang ceasefire group in August, said frontline sources.
The Burmese soldiers fled from the frontlines leaving their arms. The defectors were searched for in the two Kachin villages close to the frontlines on the Myitkyina-Bhamo highway road— Gangdau Yang and Nam San Yang by the Burmese military, said local eyewitnesses.

Sources close to the deserters said no one was captured by the Burmese military but they were being searched. Continue reading “Twenty Fresh Desertions From Burmese Army In Kachin State”

US embassy protests maltreatment of detained citizen

by Mungpi
Thursday, 24 September 2009 15:13

New Delhi (Mizzima) – The US embassy in Rangoon has officially protested against the alleged maltreatment of detained American citizen, Kyaw Zaw Lwin (alias) Nyi Nyi Aung, as the Burmese junta on Thursday publicly announced his arrest.

Drake Weisert, Assistant Public Affairs Officer, at the US embassy in Rangoon told Mizzima that Kyaw Zaw Lwin made claims that he had been mistreated when the US consular officer visited him in Insein prison in Rangoon on Sunday.

“The U.S. Embassy has submitted an official message to the Government of Burma protesting the alleged mistreatment of an imprisoned American citizen,” Weisert said.

Sources said Kyaw Zaw Lwin was moved to several different interrogation centres since his arrest on September 3, until finally he was taken to the notorious Insein prison.

He was interrogated all through the night and tortured, where he had to tolerate punches on the face, kicks, and twisting of his arms and deprived of food for several days. Authorities also denied request for medical treatment.

Meanwhile, the Burmese junta in its mouthpiece New Light of Myanmar newspaper said Nyi Nyi Aung was arrested on September 3, on a tip-off by a ‘dutiful citizen’, at Rangoon International Airport as he entered the country from Thailand. Continue reading “US embassy protests maltreatment of detained citizen”

Burma Campaign UK: Serious Illness Hits Kachin and Karen Children

The Burma Campaign UK is deeply concerned by reports it has received from Kachin and Karen State of a serious unknown disease which is particularly affecting children. Almost 2,000 people have contracted the illness so far, and symptoms in both states are similar.
Local people describe the illness as similar to flu, but more severe and much more highly infectious. Symptoms include high fever, bleeding noses, coughs and sore throats. There are fears it could be the H1N1 swine flu virus.
The outbreak in Kachin State has hit five villages in the north-east of the state, starting at a primary school in Manje on 13th September. The five villages affected are; Manje, La Gun, Nawng Neng, Tamung Nye and Hubren. More than 1,600 people have contracted the illness, and 900 of the cases are described as serious. Most of those ill are between 2 and 15 years old. There is no proper medical provision in the area, and the Burma Campaign UK has been told that the dictatorship has been refusing to give permission for medical teams from Myitkyina, the state capital, to travel to the area, and no medicine has been provided. On 20th September the regime sent two medical doctors to the area to take blood tests, but there has been no word on the results.
The outbreak in Karen State has so far hit four villages in Mutraw (Papun) District. 300 villagers have been affected, including half the 200 students in Ta Dar Der middle school. The villages affected are Ta Dah Der, Ta Uu Der, Tay Mu Der and Ta Kot To Baw. Continue reading “Burma Campaign UK: Serious Illness Hits Kachin and Karen Children”

The US citizen detained upon arrival in Burma earlier this month has allegedly been beaten and denied food for over a week, according to his mother who spoke to US embassy staff.

US detainee in Burma allegedly beaten
Sept 24, 2009 (DVB)–The US citizen detained upon arrival in Burma earlier this month has allegedly been beaten and denied food for over a week, according to his mother who spoke to US embassy staff.

Nyi Nyi Aung (also known as Kyaw Zaw Lwin), who has US citizenship, was arrested upon arrival at Rangoon International Airport on 3 September.
The state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper said today that police, who had acted on a tip-off, made the arrest because he “planned to instigate unrest and launch terrorist attacks”.
His mother, Su Su Kyi, told DVB today that she had visited Rangoon’s Insein prison, where he is being held, on Monday, but was denied access.
“Officials at the prison told me that [Nyi Nyi Aung] was only a concern for the US embassy as he was an American citizen,” she said.
“I found out from the US embassy [in Rangoon] that he was not allowed to go to sleep for several days and also given no food for eight days. Apparently he had wounds all over his body from getting kicked.” Continue reading “The US citizen detained upon arrival in Burma earlier this month has allegedly been beaten and denied food for over a week, according to his mother who spoke to US embassy staff.”