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Dancer during Myanmar military coup

As Myanmar continues to see tensions rise in the midst of a coup, one dancer seems to have caught the world’s eye.

This dancer, now reported as Khing Hnin Wai, appears to continue her workout in a now-viral video, as black SUVs drive up to a security checkpoint on the road leading to the Assembly of the Union complex behind her.

In the video, it appears as though the dancer has no awareness of the ongoing situation around her.

Khing Hnin Wai posts once again at 3 a.m. to set the record straight. The dancer says that she has previously filmed in different locations and that this video is real.

“Before I heard the news [of the coup] in the morning, the video I made for the aerobic dance competition has become an unforgettable memory,” she said.

Article: This dancer’s aerobic video gives the internet a look into the Myanmar coup

 

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