This might work:
Japan, Myanmar’s largest donor, froze all financial aid to the country on Wednesday to punish its military government for detaining pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Japan appears to be rethinking its policy of engaging the junta in a dialogue with promises of aid — unlike the United States, the European Union and Britain, which have already imposed sanctions to press for Suu Kyi’s freedom.
Also Wednesday, U.N. special envoy Razali Ismail, the only outsider to see Suu Kyi since her arrest more than three weeks ago, said U.N. officials are “increasingly alarmed” about the government’s refusal to release her.
I hope she is still alive.