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Daw Nita Yin Yin May, a former information officer at the British Embassy in Rangoon, was arrested in 1990 and charged with committing acts of High Treason. She spent almost 2 years in Insein prison where she gave birth to her son with almost non-existent medical care. She now works for the BBC Burmese radio station in London.
Sandar Min, a colleague of Nita Yin Yin May, is a member of both the '88 Generation Students' and a founding member of the 'Tri Colour' Students Group. Involved in the 1988 mass uprisings she was first arrested and imprisoned in 1989. She was detained again in August 2007 for her role in peaceful protests in Rangoon against the hike in fuel prices and was sentenced to 65 years in prison. She is currently detained in Myaungmya prison.
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Daw Nita Yin Yin May, a former information officer at the British Embassy in Rangoon, was arrested in 1990 and charged with committing acts of High Treason. She spent almost 2 years in Insein prison where she gave birth to her son with almost non-existent medical care. She now works for the BBC Burmese radio station in London.<br />
Sandar Min, a colleague of Nita Yin Yin May, is a member of both the '88 Generation Students' and a founding member of the 'Tri Colour' Students Group. Involved in the 1988 mass uprisings she was first arrested and imprisoned in 1989. She was detained again in August 2007 for her role in peaceful protests in Rangoon against the hike in fuel prices and was sentenced to 65 years in prison. She is currently detained in Myaungmya prison.