Ann Wang

Ann Wang

Ann Wang is a Taiwanese freelance photojournalist. She moved to Myanmar in 2015 to document issues such as conflict, human rights and the environment but continues to do stories across the globe.

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Why the Rohingya will never be welcome in Myanmar

The Southeast Asian nation is no stranger to internal conflicts, but one thing that unites its citizens, even in the face of international condemnation, is that the Muslim Rohingya will never call their country home

2 Oct 2017 - 5:37PM

The Southeast Asian nation is no stranger to internal conflicts, but one thing that unites its citizens, even in the face of international condemnation, is that the Muslim Rohingya will never call their country home

Why the Rohingya will never be welcome in Myanmar
China-linked rebels’ casino cash grab stills Myanmar border city

Insurgents seized as much as US$73 million in March cross-border raid on Laukkai that caused 100 casualties, prompting thousands to flee the city in Kokang while rebel representatives and Myanmar leaders discuss a ceasefire

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Insurgents seized as much as US$73 million in March cross-border raid on Laukkai that caused 100 casualties, prompting thousands to flee the city in Kokang while rebel representatives and Myanmar leaders discuss a ceasefire

China-linked rebels’ casino cash grab stills Myanmar border city