In a region that is the second most-visited on the internet in the world, news is still the most important aspect of life.
However, many residents are still unsure about what to listen for online.
There are no official radio stations, but there are many popular podcasts and podcasts are also popular on YouTube.
But most people are still in the dark.
“In my experience, if you listen to some podcasts, you’ll hear people talking about things that are not in the news or in the headlines,” said Yayi Khachabak, an internet engineer in Bangkok who has been hearing about the Rohingya crisis for years.
“There’s a lot of stories about the Rakhine State, the Myanmar government and the Rangoon Buddhist sect.
And there are people who are talking about how the Rohingya are victims of Myanmar soldiers, and some people are saying things about the Myanmar army.”
In the past, people have also been able to listen online via Facebook Messenger or other popular mobile apps, but the news is not that great.
In a country where more than 60% of people are illiterate, the internet has been a huge barrier to access.
The Rakhines, who are ethnically Rohingya, are one of the most oppressed minority groups in Myanmar, where they are officially recognised as one of Myanmar’s three ethnic groups.
In fact, they have been excluded from many government services.
The situation is so bad that the United Nations has described them as “the most vulnerable group in the country”.
“People have been using the internet to find information and news about their communities, but it is very difficult to understand because there are no news outlets,” said Khachabaak.
“We don’t have the right language and we don’t know what to say.
I’ve heard many people talk about how they need to leave Myanmar because of the persecution of the Rohingya.”
Khunan Ngan, a student who works in Bangkok, is one of those who is struggling to understand the internet.
He said he was surprised that the news coverage of the situation was not as comprehensive as it should be.
He said: “I was told that it was a very good news story, but then I heard some other things that made me angry.”
“I thought it was like a news show.
People were talking about the situation, but they didn’t say what was going on in Myanmar.
People don’t talk about what’s happening in Myanmar because it is not newsworthy,” said Ngan.
“They just talk about Myanmar.”
The country is experiencing a huge influx of Rohingya migrants, mainly from Rakhina Faso, and the country is struggling with the influx of migrants from neighbouring Bangladesh.
In addition to the social media and podcast sites, people are also using social media to spread their views about the crisis.
In recent months, more than 150,000 people have signed a petition calling for Myanmar to lift the ban on Rohingya people from returning to Myanmar.
Ngan said:”The internet is one thing, but a lot more needs to be done.
There is a lot going on behind the scenes.
The government doesn’t talk too much about it.
There are not many places where people can go to talk about it.”
A new mobile app, called Rakhinid, is an attempt to make it easier for people to communicate with each other.
But Ngan said he had not been able with the app to connect with anyone on the outside world, including his family.
Khabak said he would like to see more information about the latest news stories, such as what is happening in Rakhan State, but that he has been unable to listen.
“I want to know if there is anything else that is going on,” he said.
“I want some news to spread, and not just about what is going to happen in Myanmar.”
In an interview with the BBC, Khachbaak said that he had no plans to leave the country.
“The people in Thailand don’t want me to leave.
If they want to, they can take me to the US, Europe, Australia or other countries in Asia.
If I don’t leave, I’m going to stay here.
I have no regrets,” he told the BBC.
Rakhine state is not the only part of the world where Rohingya are facing a serious humanitarian crisis.
Around 1 million Rohingya people have fled Myanmar since 2014, mainly to Bangladesh.
The majority of them live in Rangakhet, an area in Rangsakhet district in the Rambutan capital of Kachin state.
The Rohingya are mostly Buddhist and are seen as belonging to the country’s majority Muslim minority.
As a result, the Rohingya have been subject