In early March, fighting had eased in the Kokang region, Myanmar and over 2,000 Kokang people who fled due to the fighting gradually returned home. Unfortunately, fight has soon resumed and intensified in a few days and expanded into Chinese territory, resulting in civilian casualties.
(Left) Several days ago, a Burmese donated and delivered five bags of rice regardless of the danger.
(Right) Quilt, rice, vegetables, medicines, cooking oil and drinking water are most needed.
The fighting between the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) and the Myanmar military have yet to stop. Last night, people in refugee camps along the China-Myanmar border still could hear the roar of guns. Till 20 February, two out of three Kokang residents, i.e. about 80,000 to 90,000 people, has fled to China border. In some conflict areas, there is not even a single resident left.