History of Myanmar in Short

Myanmar's history in brief

The full text of the second issue of A Short History of South East Asia. Myanmar's political history (Burma). The book traces the earliest contact with Buddhism in Mayanmar (Burma); the Mon and Pyu kingdoms. Seafood and fish products are crucial to the nutrition and livelihood of the people of Myanmar.

If we are talking about the history of performance art in Myanmar, we need to talk about Inya art.

Timescale: Myanmar: A Brief History of the Rohingya Minority - India Reality Times

In Myanmar, the Rohingya ethnic minorities, tens of thousand of men, wives and kids have escaped the land because the military is demanding a harsh response to rebels. The Wall Street Journal investigates the aggravation of a long-running dispute between Yangon and the Rohingya Muslims who are refused nationality in the predominantly Buddhist South East Asia state.

This is a short history of the Rohingya. Rohingya, a nation of Southern Asia descent, lived in an autonomous empire in Arakan, today's Rakhine state in present-day Myanmar. Rohingya came into touch with Islam through Arabian merchants. Between Arakan and Bengal, strong connections were established.

1784: Burmese King Bodawpaya invaded Arakan and several hundred thousand fugitives escaped to Bengal. Cox Cox, a UK refugee aid officer, founded the city of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, where many Rohingya still work. The UK invaded Burma - now known as Myanmar - and made it a provincial area of Britain.

Labourers were migrant to Burma from other parts of Britain-India for infrastructural work. and supplanted the Brits. When Britain withdrew, Burma's nationals were attacking Islamic societies that they believed had profited from Britain's settlement. The UK freed Burma from Japan's occupying forces with the help of Burma's nationalist leaders Aung San and Rohingya.

ROHRINGYAS felt treacherous because the British did not fulfil a pledge of independence for Arakan. There was an increase in tension between the regime of New Burma and the Rohingya, many of whom wanted Arakan to join the Muslim minority in Pakistan. In retaliation, the regime excluded the Rohingya, which included the dismissal of Rohingya officials. Several Rohingya opposed the regime, headed by Mujahid people.

Gen. Ne Win and his Burmese Socialist Program Party took over and took a tough line against the Rohingya. Over 200,000 Rohingya escaped to Bangladesh on charges of military abuse. 1978: Bangladesh proposed a UN-mediated agreement with Burma for the return of displaced persons, under which most Rohingya came back. Under a new migration act, those who emigrated as irregular migrants during the UK regime were re-defined.

This has been used by the administration on all Rohingya. 1989: The military changes the name from Burma to Myanmar. Over 250,000 Rohingya escapees escaped, what they called hard labour, sexual assault and torture by Myanmar's military. She was trying to get order to Rakhine, the military said.

About 230,000 Rohingya were repatriated to Arakan, now Rakhine, under a further return treaty. The riots between Rohingya and Rakhine Buddhists destroyed more than 100 persons, mainly Rohingya. Ten thousand persons were expelled to Bangladesh. Almost 150,000 were sent to Rakhine. The Rohingya militants Harakah al-Yaqin assaulted frontier guards and murdered nine warriors.

Over 25,000 refugees from Rakhine to Bangladesh brought reports of murder, violence andrson.

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