SAGAING, Myanmar - Myanmar’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi insisted she was feeling better on Sunday as she pressed on with her election campaign despite falling ill during a huge rally a day earlier. A tired-looking Suu Kyi was hailed by crowds of well-wishers shouting “May Daw (Aunty) Suu be in good health!” as she toured the region around the second biggest city Mandalay on her second day in the area. “I did not feel well yesterday but because of the people’s kindness I feel better today. I am well now,” she told tens of thousands of people who had gathered to hear her speak in Sagaing city, about 20 miles (32 kilometres) from Mandalay.