We looked inside some of the tweets by @Shoon_Naing and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
31% of the average smartphone owner's Internet time is spent social networking – close to twice as much as email.
In the photo of a football match in Rakhine state used by Aung San Suu Kyi to prove good relations between communities - and therefore no genocidal intent against Rohingya - a police officer can be seen (I’ve circled in yellow). @EdithMirante on history of “propaganda football”: https://twitter.com/edithmirante/status/1205242848322322432 …
Some close to her are worried about what she’s going to say. Her party spokesman, however: "Myanmar people do not support people being driven from their homes. But it is different with these Bengalis leaving.” Reporting with @Shoon_Naing @thuttag.
Breaking - one foreign national killed, another injured after landmine blast in #Myanmar, reports @Shoon_Naing "One died from stepping on a mine and the other got injured. The female survivor seems to be in shock so we couldn't ask any questions so far."
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In a country where officials still largely labour with pen and ink, surrounded by stacks of mouldering papers, authorities in Mandalay are tapping social media and new technologies to revamp a lethargic bureaucracy. Great report by @Shoon_Naing
Ruling party stalwarts are hoping something will come of this drive, @Shoon_Naing reports. “The military parliamentarians are opposing it bitterly, but they are just the puppets. If the decision-makers make up their minds, I think it will be OK.”