Stories By May Wong
104 Feb 2015 Wed
During the hour-long meeting, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong discussed Myanmar's development and the role of the military in maintaining Myanmar's peace and stability.
203 Feb 2015 Tue
Singapore announces two initiatives - reviving a joint ministerial committee to boost economic ties, and agreeing to cooperate in the area of banking and finance - which are aimed at increasing economic cooperation with Myanmar.
330 Jan 2015 Fri
In the final part of an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia, Myanmar army chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said the military will only step in on the president's orders.
429 Jan 2015 Thu
In Part 3 of his exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing expresses support for the military coup in Thailand, but when asked if the Myanmar army would stage a coup in future, he says it is "not possible".
528 Jan 2015 Wed
In part 2 of an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia, Myanmar's army chief Min Aung Hlaing says any amendments to the constitution on military representation in parliament will have to wait, as there are still ongoing conflicts between armed groups.
627 Jan 2015 Tue
Myanmar's military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing sat down with Channel NewsAsia's May Wong for his first interview with a foreign journalist. In Part 1 of the interview, he addresses talk that he will run for president, and whether military representation in parliament should change.
726 Jan 2015 Mon
In Myanmar, opposition to Chinese-backed projects is mounting, with locals alleging that Beijing is only interested in exploiting their natural resources.
821 Jan 2015 Wed
Myanmar's military commander-in-chief says though the military will not unilaterally stage a coup, it will not hesitate to step in to restore law and order when a state of emergency is declared.
920 Jan 2015 Tue
In an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia, Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing says the military needs to be in Parliament because Myanmar is still a young democracy.
1019 Jan 2015 Mon
In an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia, Myanmar's military chief accuses some ethnic armed groups of flouting the rules, resulting in clashes with the government military.