Myanmar's prominent opposition leader led the National League for Democracy (NLD) party to win the 2015 general election.
Under the country's military rule, Suu Kyi spent many years under house arrest, winning the Nobel Peace Prize for her lifetime's work, campaigning for democracy.
The sentencing of two Reuters reporters in Myanmar this week has highlighted the dangers facing journalists and media outlets there. DW spoke to journalist Kyaw Min Swe about the shaky press freedom in the country.
In 1988, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi became the face of a popular democracy movement in Myanmar. Thirty years on, the Southeast Asian country has a democratic government, but there is much to be desired.
The museum said it wished the Nobel Peace laureate "would have done something" to stop a brutal campaign against the Rohingya population. More than 40,000 people have been "lost" and presumed dead, according to a report.