The Kachin Post / February 9, 2020
The police in Myitkyina had detained a couple performers who demonstrated a show of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO)’s history on its 60th anniversary of launching the revolution against Burmese government.
The Kachin Post / January 17, 2020
Kachin Independence Organization (KIO), an insurgent armed organization headquartered in northern Burma, has welcomed the upcoming visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in Burma, hoping to achieve peace and stability in the country.
The Kachin Post / January 01, 2020
A rebel alliance called Three Brotherhood Alliance, which comprised of three ethnic armed organizations, has stretched out its unilateral ceasefire for another two months until end of February 2020, a step to reach the Bilateral Ceasefire Agreement with Burma Army.
The Kachin Post / January 1, 2020
The planned celebration of the 72nd anniversary of the Kachin State Day at the Manau Park in Myitkyina has been called off by the government of Kachin State, a move to avoid the looming public frustration over the controversial term used by the event organization committee.
The Kachin Post / December 24, 2019
Christmas celebration in public is not allowed in Panghsang, the capital of Burma’s semi-autonomous Wa State, even though most of the Christian Churches have been reopened a year after shutting down by Wa authorities.
The Kachin Post / December 23, 2019
The Chairman of the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) has ordered to keep the appellation of Kachin State Day (Jinghpaw Mungdaw Nhtoi) intact, striving to solve the controversial public outrage.
The Kachin Post / December 22, 2019
Officials from U.S State Department and U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) held a meeting with the Vice Chairman of Kachin Humanitarian Concern Committee (KHCC) over the last few days, discussing the support funding and the return home for Kachin Internally Displaced Persons (IDP).