Three people died when the armed forces suppressed a protest in Monywa, in the Sagaing region on Saturday morning, dpa news agency quoted the Myanmar Now website as saying in a report.
"The Chinese government has informed some of its agencies to ask their employees to stop driving Tesla cars to work," the report mentioned.
No privately owned newspapers were published this past week for the first time in eight years, following bans and voluntary suspensions.
Myanmar has been roiled by protests, strikes and other acts of civil disobedience since the coup toppled Suu Kyi's government on February 1 just as it was to start its second term.
The India-Myanmar border has a Free Movement Regime (FMR) which allows tribes living along the border to travel 16 km across either side without visa restrictions.
The video-streaming platform told the New York Times it removed the channels for breaking its community guidelines but it didn't explain the decision any further.
China's defence budget is about one quarter of the US figure, which is USD 740.5 billion for the 2021 fiscal year.
The U.N. special envoy for Myanmar, Christine Schraner Burgener, said 38 people were killed on Wednesday, a figure consistent with other reports.
CDS said that the 20th century has seen profound changes in the character and nature of warfare due to information inclusivity and technological development.
The top military meet is taking place in Kevadia at a time when India and China are engaged in talks on disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh.
Manideep, a student of Alpha Omega School, is among the four boy sailors from the Yacht Club Foundation of Hyderabad who have been selected to join the Army Boy Sports Company with the Madras Engineers Regiment.
On February 1, Myanmar's military overthrew the government and declared a year-long state of emergency hours before the newly-elected parliament was due to convene.
On Monday, the U.S. said it was imposing sanctions against more junta members because of the killings of peaceful protesters by security forces.
NetBlocks also informed that internet services in the country had been blacked out for the past six days.
After nine months of standoff, the two militaries reached an agreement on disengagement of troops in the North and South banks of Pangong lake.
State railway workers on Sunday had called a strike, joining a loosely organised Civil Disobedience Movement that was initiated by medical workers and is the backbone of the resistance.
The February 1 coup has brought an abrupt halt to Myanmar's fragile progress toward democracy, as Suu Kyi's party was about to begin a second five-year term.
The Nobel laureate remains under house arrest on a minor charge of possessing unregistered imported walkie-talkies.
Large demonstrations were also held in Naypyitaw and far-flung corners of the country dominated by ethnic minorities.
The military has said it was forced to step in because Suu Kyi's government failed to properly investigate allegations of fraud in November elections.