I've been sitting in a lot of different places, mic in hand, the past few months: IDP homes, government offices, interfaith community centers, recording studios, temples, market stalls... you get the idea. But perhaps most important thing I've been sitting on is the thought, "How did it get to this?"
This month I produced a four-part series looking into the situation in Myanmar's Rakhine Satte, five years since violence flared between the Rohingya and ethnic Rakhine communities.
The full series is listed, in order, below.
My fellow newsroom member from Frontier Myanmar, Oliver Slow, has been with me along the way asking questions, writing scripts, buying me Pop Tarts, and overall making this a true team effort. My hat also goes off to Frontier Myanmar reporter Su Myat Mon for helping us with translations and interviews while we were in Rakhine.