19 March 2011: A selection of some photos taken and collected during the course of late 2009, 2010 and 2011 is presented depicting the 'food crisis' situation facing Chin locals in remote areas of government-ignored Chin State.
17 March 2011: A Christian Church used by Chin refugees stranded in Nu Poe Refugee Camp on the Thai-Burma border has been destroyed after a big tree fell over in heavy wind and rain around 3am local time yesterday.
11 March 2011: Chin refugees stranded in Nu Po Refugee Camp celebrated the 63rd anniversary of Chin National Day on the Thai-Burma border, with contributions from Chin Youth Organisation USA (CYO) and friends from Norway and UK.
23 February 2011: Five youth leaders were detained and interrogated at the Police Station in Tedim Town during the Chin National Day celebration on 20 February 2011 after being accused of distributing the sticker that reads 'to the Glory of 20th February' and 'Welcome the Second Panglong'.
21 February 2011: Chin people inside Chin State, Burma were forced to celebrate their national day as 'Chin State Day' by the military authorities while a banner of 'Chin National Day' is freely put up in other countries.