The 80-year-old writer-turned-painter’s third solo exhibition comes to Yangon’s Bahan Township.
Once a jewel of Southeast Asia, uninhibited development, crumbling infrastructure, and unintuitive transport policies have pushed Yangon to the edge.
Longtime rights and democracy advocate linked with Republican Party gets representative role.
Built from sustainable materials and emphasizing play and inclusivity, the Inle Heritage Private School is the first of its kind in the area.
The UNFPA says women ‘hold the key to Myanmar’s future prosperity.’
A statement to villages’ heads orders residents to remain in their communities.
The Vimutti Women Organization urges the ‘acknowledgment of injustices’ under the military junta.
Security forces find homemade guns in remote area of Mayu mountain range in Rakhine State.
The newly minted division has established two 24-hour hotlines to which women can file complaints.
Facing a 10-year sentence in Oh Bo prison on drug charges, 19-year-old Ma Shun Lae Wai Kyaw dreams of studying economics at university.
Artists, sculptors, installation artists and photographers showcase work that reflects on political changes in Myanmar over the past decade.
People’s Park will play host to some 400 yoga practitioners in celebration of the International Day of Yoga.
Calls to address suicide rate at Mae La camp, the largest of nine refugee camps along the Thailand-Myanmar border.
Seized paddy field demands 90 million kyats per acre, pastureland 70 million, and farmland 50 million, according to a township official.
Alliance of seven northeastern ethnic armed groups demands joint negotiations, govt peace commission says such a meet is unlikely.