Nowadays, so many leaders all around the world and all own their personality traits and own way to lead the people. Among them, I would like to choose the one leader as my admired most and love the way of leading. She is Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from Myanmar. Some people call her as a politician, some call she is an author or a diplomat. Also, she is famous as the winner of a Nobel Peace Prize. In Myanmar, she is not only famous as the leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party but also as the youngest daughter of General Aung San who is the founder of Myanmar’ Tatmadaw ( Myanmar’s Military) and Daw Khin Kyi who is the first woman Burmese Ambassador for foreign mission to India. She arouses Myanmar people who suffering a lot under Military to know their rights and to get opportunities to build the real democracy.Who is Aung San Suu Kyi ? Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the first state counsellor of Myanmar and winner of the Nobel Peace prize in 1991. Myanmar people call her Amay Suu (Mother Suu) or Daw Suu (Aunty Suu). She was born on June 19th, 1945 in Yangon, Myanmar. There were two sons and daughters by General Aung San and Daw Khin Kyi. They are Mr.Aung San Oo , Mr.Aung San Lin, Mrs.Aung San Suu Kyi and Ms.Aung San Chit. Mr Aung San Lin died at eight because of drowning in their house’s ornamental lake and Ms. Aung San Chit died after few days later of her birth. The elder brother Aung San Oo applied the United States citizenship and he is an apolitical man who is currently working as an engineer. So, only Daw Aung San Suu Kyi became the political heir of her great father.Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and her hammy lifeDaw Suu’s father, Aung San is a guileless and justly leader of Myanmar. Everyone still admires him widely because of his rectitude and giving his life for the country. He never luxuriated and ever rebuked the improper manners of government. We can say Aung San Suu Kyi inherits Aung San’s mind. They have not much been possessed and just lived as a normal life, even though her father is the one who bringing the Myanmar’s independence from British Colony. When her father was assassinated on 19th July, 1947, their family started facing the turning-point in their life. After her father passed away, the government appointed her mother as a Myanmar’s Ambassador to India in 1960. Even though her mother was a first woman in the country who serve the diplomatic mission, everyone knew that there had so many political tricks behind this. Their real purpose of sending her away is to eradicate all traces of General Aung San’s memory and to eliminate that Aung San’s generation participates in politics.Daw Aung San Suu Kyi attended the high school in New Delhi and she graduated a degree in politics in India. In 1967, she obtained the bachelor of Art in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) at the Oxford University. Then, graduated with Bachelor of Art in 1967. After that, she graduated with a 3rd and M.A degree in politics. That moment, she worked at the United Nations for budget matters. In 1972, she married Dr. Michael Aris who is a scholar of Bhutanese studies. She gave birth to their two sons , Alexander Aris and Kim.During 1980s , Aung San Suu Kyi was trying for the Master of Philosophy. In 1990, She was chosen by St Hugh as an Honorary Fellow. She worked for the government of the Union of Myanmar. Also, studied in IIAS (India). Her life seems to be a processing as a flow before the biggest turning again in her life. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi returned to Myanmar for her unwell mother in 1988. Her mother died at the age of 76. Even though she lived in abroad, she knew very well about Myanmar people, dictatorship and what we need to change. That knowing made her stay in Myanmar and let her fight for the right of Myanmar people. She started speaking out in public to resist the repression and to get the real democracy. When she just spoke out, the university students, the monks and the public started following her and tried to fight back for democracy. The downtrodden people got the great leader who has no afraid and can forsake the everything for them. For junta, this is the one they really afraid and unwilling to happen. In July 1989, the military of Myanmar placed Daw Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest and tried to cut off the communication with the outside world. Also, the government denied her husband entry visas. The dictator asked her to leave the country and they would free her. But Daw Suu denied this and keep insisted till they released the country and to become a civilian government. In 1997, her husband suffered prostate cancer and Kofi Annan and Pope John Paul II appealed to grant visa to meet his wife at the last stage of his life. Myanmar government denied this with the reason of country has no facilities to take care him and instead urged her to leave the country. She refused that because she knew very well that she will never get the chance to re-entry after she left even though they assure that she could return. She admitted she was very afraid the dark when she was young and never went to the dark room and ask someone to light on first and then she dare to enter the room. But this kind of young lady lived alone and faced life-threatening situation.