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February 1 marks two years since the coup d’état in Myanmar which has led to over 700,000 people fleeing their homes.
But, where are they now? What are their thoughts and feelings about what’s happened in Myanmar?
If these questions interest you, we invite you to find some answers in the exhibition “Never Give Up” in which the people of Myanmar tell their own stories. Since the coup d’état in Myanmar of 2 years ago, news about the situation in Burma has been reported in Thailand and throughout the world. It has been two years of politicians opposing the coup in the capital of Yangon, urban middle class people refusing to work under the junta, or villagers on the border who fleeing into Thailand to escape aerial bombing of their homes.
Many stories that Thai people have heard are scattered narratives from an outsider’s point of view, leaving much of the story out. This exhibition is a space that allows artists from Myanmar to show their experiences and feelings having lived through the coup.
🗓️ Exhibition 1 to 21 February 2023
🛎️ Launch event February 1, 2023 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
⏰ Free admission!
📍 1st floor,Chiang Mai University Food Court