We went back this year to a very important and memorable chapter in LIRNEasia’s life, to work on another large project: a book on Myanmar.We didn’t actively do research in the country, but felt the importance of documenting over six years of research already done. Our work alone is an incomplete picture, and so we also invited others who were truly immersed in the digital developments of the country to contribute. These included David Madden (founder of the Yangon-based innovation hub Phandeeyar), Andrea Calderaro from the Center for Internet and Global Politics at Cardiff University and Rajiv Aricat from Nanyang Technological University. The publication will be a synthesis of all the work we’ve done in Myanmar, from old-school telecom regulation policy influence, to platform work, to online rights, hate speech and disability. LIRNEasia was one of the first civil society organizations to study and help guide the liberalization process of the telecoms sector in the country. Outside of research reports and other dissemination output of specific research project, we never really spent the time to document the process. We believe the work we have done in the country is of immense value, and so, a book.