Railway forms part of Beijing’s regional infrastructure drive to connect Chinese cities with Southeast Asia.
Military visit to neighbor suggests rejuvenation of old ties.
More than 100 people in the Shan State-China border town of Muse protest against Chinese banks for locking them out of their bank accounts.
Accounts belonging to Myanmar traders in Yunnan Province are closed in Chinese authorities’ crackdown on gambling, money laundering and illegal trade.
Internal documents show up to 20,000 people may be relocated.
Part 5: Recovering Influence and Checking Rivals—China embarks on a mix of hard and soft power in its relations with Burma.
Part 4: Burma-US Relations, It’s Complicated—A dramatic policy shift is seen after 2011.
Part 3: Rapprochement and Stalemate—In the late 1970s, the relationship between the countries began to improve.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is expected to take up the post later this month.
Part 2: Brothers No More—In the early 1960s, the relationship between the two countries began a downturn.
Part 1: Relations between the two countries have gone through five distinct phases since the period of independence.
Fishermen of Maday Island in Arakan State are rallying against a Chinese-owned seaport, as authorities ban them from fishing near the project.
India objects to corridor crossing Pakistan controlled Kashmir, as sources say Beijing offered name change to ally Indian concerns.
Chinese defense ministry spokesman Wu Qian says China is ‘willing to strengthen strategic communication and deepen cooperation’ with Burma.
Investors back Rangoon food delivery firm; Telenor enters Burma’s digital advertising industry; Burma and China agree to an economic cooperation zone.