Art exhibitions, a job fair, a zoo celebration, a wellness conference, and a literary festival will keep your schedule packed this week.
A man who was accused of sexual abuse of two underage children in Mandalay has been sentenced to 40 years in prison, according to local police.
‘The World of Women Myanmar’ author Carin Salerno explains the importance of sharing stories by women from diverse ethnic and professional backgrounds.
Thirteen government-owned timber production stations across the country become elephant camps for visitors.
After an air strike kills two and injures eight, shaken Namhsan residents take refuge in monasteries in northern Shan State’s Lashio.
Early problems including long waits and overcrowding blamed on a lack of vehicles on first day of operation.
‘It is an annual donation ceremony that is held peacefully,’ says event organizer Ko Kyaw Naing. This is the first time the ceremony is canceled.
Many working families are living in extremely tough conditions, skimping on food and relying on high-cost loans to survive, new research shows.
A lone anti-war protester is punched in the face as he demonstrates at a rally in support of the Burma Army’s ‘just’ wars in north and east Burma.
Election of top-tier officials of Burma’s largest ethnic armed group the Wa could further complicate the peace process.
Ban Ki Moon’s successor as UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, has yet to name a replacement for Vijay Nambiar.
Start-ups in Burma vie for business, overcoming financial obstacles and trying to stand out in a rapidly changing country.
A boost for internet connectivity, a bus assembly plant to start operations, and Yoma gets approval for a major Rangoon development project.
On this week’s Dateline, Ye Ni speaks with Ko Aung Ko Ko and Ko Htet Paing Soe about the role of Burma’s youth in shaping the political landscape.
More than 4,000 internally displaced Kachin return to Zai Awng, Magayang and Hkau Shau camps, according to the Joint Strategy Team supporting IDPs.