On June 16, Burmese opposition leader and newly elected lawmaker Aung San Suu Kyi finally got a chance to deliver her acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. Suu Kyi was awarded the prize back in 1991, when she was under house arrest in Burma. Back then, she chose not to travel to Norway to receive the prize as she feared that she would never be allowed to return home.
As we celebrate this victory for democracy and human rights, you might find it interesting to look back at the absurdity of the former Burmese authoritarian regime through the eyes of Canadian animator Guy Delisle. In 2005