- NAME: Aung San Suu Kyi
- DATE OF BIRTH: June 19, 1945 (Age:67)
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma)
- RELIGION: Buddhist
- EDUCATION: St. Hughes College, Oxford University, B.A in philosophy, politics and economics, 1967
- OCCUPATION: Activist, Political leader
- 1945 - June 19. Aung San Suu Kyi is born in Yangon, Myanmar.
- 1947 - July 19. General Aung San, her father, assassinated.
- 1960 - Daw Khin Kyi was posted as Burma's Ambassador to India. She accompanies her mother to New Delhi.
- 1964 - Moves to England to study at Oxford University.
- 1969 - She goes to New York for graduate study.
- 1972 - She marries Michael Aris.
- 1988 - April. Returns to Myanmar when her mother suffers a severe stroke.
- 1988 - Calls for a multiparty democratic government.
- 1989 - She is placed under house arrest and cut off any communication with the outside world
- 1990 - Her party, the NLD, wins more than 80 percent of the parliamentary seats but the election result is ignored by the junta.
- 1991 - October 14. Wins the Nobel Peace Prize " for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights."
- 1995 - July 10. She is released from house arrest, but her political activity is restricted.
- 2000 - September 23. Is again placed under house arrest.
- 2010 - November 13. Suu Kyi has released from house arrest. She has spent 15 years under house arrest.
- 2012 - April 1. She wins a seat in the by-election.
- 2012 - June 16. She delivers her acceptance speech for her 1991 Nobel Peace Prize, in Oslo, Norway.
- 2012 - November 19. Suu Kyi meets with President Barack Obama in Myanmar.