For decades, a clique of generals cast themselves as Myanmar’s guardians, and treated any who questioned their policies as enemies of the state. Veteran journalist Maung Wuntha, founder of The People’s Age, a political weekly journal, was repeatedly jailed for airing grievances against the ruling junta. Today, after a sweeping series of democratic reforms, he earns invitations to state-sanctioned journalism conferences around the country to make speeches as an honored guest. This video, by Adam Kaufman and me, was broadcast by Link TV in August 2012.