Here are some excellent links to other Aung San Suu Kyi sites.
Burma - Grace Under Pressure
Experience the real Burma through an excellent multimedia presentation of pictures, quotes, and music. Made by Geoffrey Hiller. Macromedia Flash Player required.
Daw Aung Suu Kyi Pages
A website honoring Aung San Suu Kyi. It highlights her interviews, speeches, and other literary works by her. A very comprehensive News section, with articles about her from various news agencies around the world.
The Free Burma Coalition
Activist-friendly! Dedicated to the pro-democracy struggle led by Aung San Suu Kyi. Focuses on activism and gives plenty of information about relations with other countries, protests, and steps taken by people to throw out the junta. Constantly updated.
Inside Burma: Land of Fear
A multimedia site by John Pilger, who went to Burma and filmed a secret documentary in 1996. Talks about the history of Burma and has a couple interviews with Aung San Suu Kyi. Real Player required.
National Coalition Government
of the Union of Burma
The official website of the exiled government in Burma. Frequently updated with news articles and press releases.
An activism site dedicated to the pro-democracy movement in Burma. Contains many articles about Aung San Suu Kyi.
Funded by a millionaire philanthropist interested in Aung San Suu Kyi's cause.
Multimedia site containing interview clips and music from Burma. Very comprehensive. Real Player recommended.
Democratic Voice of
Radio station airing segments about the pro-democracy movement of Burma, based in Australia. Most clip are in Burmese, but there are some in English. Real Player required
Voice of America: Burma
"One of the oldest language divisions in the Voice of America, VOA Burmese service went on the air in June, 1943. Today, it is one of 53 languages in VOA with programs beamed to Burma 90 minutes each day." (Taken from their site)
The Golden Land - Official Tourism site of Myanmar
Official tourism site for "Myanmar".
of Myanmar Government Website
Official site of the "Government of Myanmar." See what is happening in "Myanmar" from the junta's point-of-view as they attempt to justify their right to rule.
Another activism site, this time focusing on the petroleum companies Total (France) and Unocal (U.S.).