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Thailand to Invest in Mon State
Kaowao: January 23, 2013
Joint development of Mon State between the Mon State Government and Thailand was discussed today during a visit from former Thai Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh to Mon State, according to Mon Sources. ...
Fire Destroys Thanbyuzayart Township Market
Kaowao: January 20, 2013
A large market with over 500 show rooms in Thanbyuzayart Township, Mon State was destroyed by fire last night, according to Mon sources. ...
Mon MP Calls for Government to Disallow Land Confiscation
Kaowao: January 20, 2013
Burma should revoke its policy of letting the army take land from the people because land confiscation has resulted in many human rights abuses, proposed at Burma Union Parliament on Wednesday in Naypyidaw
Mon State Government Backs Off Request to Participate in Mon National Day
Kaowao: January 20, 2013
Burma’s Mon State Government told ethnic Mon leaders at a meeting in Moulmein Thursday that they will not seek to participate in Mon National Day, the 66th anniversary of the ethnic celebration, on February 26, according to Mon leaders.
United States Ambassador Tells Mon Leaders to Maintain Political Tolerance
Kaowao: January 17, 2013
During a meeting in Moulmein on Saturday, United States Ambassador to Burma Derek Mitchell told ethnic Mon leaders to maintain political tolerance, which will lead to Burmese federalism and ethnic people having more autonomous rights. ...
State Government Seeks Participation in Mon National Day but Committee Members Remain Wary
Kaowao : January 11,, 2013
Burma's Mon State Government has proposed to hold Mon National Day, the 66th anniversary of the ethnic celebration, on February 26, according to Mon leaders.
Absence of Political Dialogue in 2012 Troubles Ethnic Reconciliation Efforts
Kaowao: December 29, 2012
As an eventful 2012 draws to a close, political talks between the New Mon State Party (NMSP) and Burmese Government remain unscheduled despite promises from the Burmese Government that such talks would be held in December, according to NMSP leaders. ...
Death Railway Road Project to Highlight Infrastructure Development
Kaowao: December 21, 2012
The Burmese Government has announced that it will resume construction on the Death Railway Road from Thanpyuzayat to Three Pagodas Pass, which was begun by Japanese forces during World War II. ...
Ethnic Mon School Teachers Threatened with Arrest and Replacement
Kaowao: December 19, 2012
School teachers from the Mon National School in Tavoy District, a school run by the New Mon State Party, were threatened with arrest by Nai Than Naing,...
Twenty People Have Been Detained by the NMSP over Illegal Drugs
Kaowao: December 16, 2012
Twenty people have been arrested in the month since the New Mon State Party (NMSP) launched its anti-drug campaign last month. ...
Mon Canadians Welcome Young Scholar
Kaowao: July 22, 2013
Calgary, Canada -- Mon community members gathered together last week to welcome a young Mon scholar at the Mon Buddhist Temple in Calgary on July 14, 2013. Banyae Ong, a Ph.D candidate at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, studies biological science...
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- Mon Prepared to Protest to Protect Their Kingdom’s History
- Political Party Unification Moves Forward With Opening of New Office
- Ethnic Political Party Alliance Calls for Federal Cooperation in Peace Process
- New Formed Mon Researcher To Protect Old Kingdom
- Seven Arrested in Lamine sub-Township Drug Bust
- US Delegation Meets Ethnic MPs in Naypyidaw
- Two Mon Parties Reaffirm Agreement to Unite
- A house divided will fail to win power for the Mon
- Questions Arise as Reports of Additional Military Training Surface
- Burma Tour Agency Offers Spiritual Travel Experience
- Reformist Burmese Government Continues to Use ‘Divide and Rule’ Colonial System
- Forty-Three Rohingya Boatpeople Walk Out Freely from Prison in Moulmein
- ‘Maintain and Be Proud of Your Ethnic Identity’ Say Suu Kyi amid Whirlwind Trip to United States
- Concerns Grows Over Threat of Increased Drug Use in Mon State
- Government Land-Seizure Investigation Committee Moves to Karen State
- Ethnic Mon in America Welcome Suu Kyi’s Visit With Words of Advice
- First Permitted Commemoration of International Peace Day Marks in Moulmein
- Ethnic Mon Monk and Right Activists Make Donation to Insein Prison
- Ethnic Mon Monks Face Accusations of Partiality in Face of Difficult Political Talks
- Political Reform Comes at Cost of Ethnic Representation in Naypyidaw
- NMSP Outlines Party Objectives at 65th Mon Revolution Day
- NMSP maintains “wait and see” Policy
- Ethnic Mon MPs Meet Mon Migrants in Mahachai
- Pa-oh group agrees to a ceasefire with the Burmese government.
- Eight Thai Citizens Facing Prison in Burma
- Ethnic Languages to be Taught in Burmese Schools
- Ethnic Political Party Alliance Requests Reforms to Government Census Lists
My Reflection at the Mon National Day in 2013
Banya Hongsar, (Mon Writers Club): March 18, 2013
The red and white clothing of the younger Mon generation has been apparent all over lower Burma this past week as the annual celebration of Mon National Day readies to begin. The faces of bravery of the new generation has been painting a picture of a new page in the modern history of Burma—the road to peace and a newly introduced democratic norm in the country. ...
Ethnic Conference Through to Find out Peace Hopefully
Kaowao: August 13, 2012
Nai Hong Sar is a 40 year member of the New Mon State Party, which fights for the self-determination rights of the ethnic Mon in southern Burma, and currently serves as its secretary. Nai Hong Sar additionally serves as the secretary of the United Nationalities Federal Council, ...

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- Federalism Agenda in Burma
- Mon Leadership at a Crossroads
- From Burma to Myanmar: Restoration of Burman Imperial Identity
- Peace and National Army For Mon People
- Peace Process Can’t Proceed Without Suu Kyi
- The Role of Women in Local Peace and Development in Monland
- Can Enemies Become Friends?
- Can Two Become One?
- A New Hope: Commemorating the 255th Hongsawatoi Day
- Who Win and Who lose in Burma’s By-elections in April 1?

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- New Hope for Peace and Reconciliation in Burma
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