Sue Arnold is a freelance journalist, who has written for The Observer for many years and has a weekly column in The Guardian. Born to Anglo-Burmese parents, she was brought up in Burma and Britain. In 1996, she wrote A Burmese Legacy, about her travels to Burma to research her family.
Books by Sue Arnold
Interviews with Sue Arnold
The author and journalist talks about a Burma where women wear fresh flowers in their hair, where houses are populated by spirits, butterflies are as big as brooches and the regime throws political prisoners into camps