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Myanmar protestors borrow the three-finger salute from ‘The Hunger Games’

today4 February 2021


Donning face masks and red ribbons on their medical gowns, the medical staff at Yangon General Hospital in Myanmar posed with three-finger salutes as a gesture of resistance after Aung San Suu Kyi was ousted in a military coup recently.

But why? What is the significance behind the salute?

IMAGE: Gizmodo

The salute is a simple one. Three fingers pointing upwards. It stems from the popular Hunger Games films, based on the books by young adult genre author, Suzanne Collins.

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Written by: Divya Taery

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