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1945年6月19日: 出生在仰光,之后被称为仰光。 她是民族英雄昂山将军和金姬,也是知名人物的女儿。

1947年七月: 昂山和他的过渡政府的六名成员被对手暗杀。 素姬是2岁。


1972年: 与迈克·阿里斯结婚,他是牛津大学的学者。长子亚历山大出生于1973年,次子金出生在1977年。



1988年8月8-11日:缅甸全国的大规模示威。 安全部队向示威者开火。 数百人丧生。

1988年九月: 素姬协助成立反对党,全国民主联盟。

1989年6月: 政府重命名国家为缅甸和首都仰光。

1989年七月: 素姬,逐渐成为军政府的直言不讳的批评家,和她的副手,丁乌,被软禁。


1991年十月: 素姬因为她反对政权的和平斗争被授与诺贝尔和平奖。

1995年七月: 素姬被软禁释放,但仍在缅甸,担心如果她离开就永远不能回到该国。

1999年3月: 阿里斯,自从1995年以来就没见过他的妻子因为军政府多次拒绝给他签证,在英格兰死于癌症。

2000年九月: 素姬在试图离开仰光参加政治会议后,被软禁。

2002年5月: 素姬被软禁释放。

2003年5月: 素姬又被软禁。在她的车队被政府支持的暴徒伏击后,她被保护性拘留。




2010年11月13日: 素姬的拘留期满和她被释放。

Events in the life of Myanmars Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was freed from house arrest Saturday. She has spent more than 15 of the past 21 years in prison or detained in her lakeside home.

Here are some key events in the life of Suu Kyi, whose struggle for democracy in Myanmar, also called Burma, has made her one of the world's most famous political prisoners.


 June 19, 1945: Born in Yangon, then called Rangoon. She is the daughter of national hero Gen. Aung San and Daw Khin Kyi, also a prominent public figure.

 July 1947: Aung San and six members of his interim government are assassinated by rivals. Suu Kyi is 2.

 1960: After finishing high school, Suu Kyi leaves for further study in New Delhi, where her mother is Burma's ambassador. She later moves to England to study at Oxford University.

 1972: Marries Michael Aris, an Oxford University academic. Son Alexander born in 1973, son Kim born in 1977.


 April 1988: Suu Kyi returns home to attend to her ailing mother just as pro-democracy protests erupt against the military junta. Her mother dies later that year.

 Aug. 8-11, 1988: Mass demonstrations throughout Burma. Security forces open fire on demonstrators. Hundreds are killed.

 September 1988: Suu Kyi helps found opposition party, the National League for Democracy.

 June 1989: The government renames the country Myanmar and the capital Yangon.

 July 1989: Suu Kyi, an increasingly outspoken critic of the junta, and her deputy, Tin Oo, are put under house arrest.

 May 1990: The junta calls general elections. Suu Kyi's party wins a landslide victory, but the military refuses to hand over power.

 October 1991: Suu Kyi is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her peaceful struggle against the regime.

 July 1995: Suu Kyi is released from house arrest but remains in Myanmar, fearing she will never be let back into the country if she leaves.

 March 1999: Aris, who has not seen his wife since 1995 because the junta repeatedly denied him a visa, dies of cancer in England.

 September 2000: Suu Kyi is placed under house arrest after attempting to leave Yangon for a political meeting.

 May 2002: Suu Kyi is released from house arrest.

 May 2003: Suu Kyi is put back under house arrest. She is taken into "protective custody" after her motorcade is ambushed by a government-backed mob.

 August 2007: Protests start over fuel price increases, then swell into the largest pro-democracy demonstrations since 1988.

 Aug. 11, 2009: Suu Kyi's detention is extended by 18 months when a court convicts her of violating her house arrest by briefly sheltering an American intruder who swam to her house uninvited.

 Nov. 7, 2010: Myanmar's first elections in 20 years. Pro-junta party wins landslide victory in polls critics say were rigged and rampant with fraud.

 Nov. 13, 2010: Suu Kyi's detention expires and she is freed.



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