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Outside the commercial capital Rangoon lies a safe haven that, just over the past four months, has helped more than 200 sick and abandoned felines.

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Known for its focus on discipline, Maha Gandayone Monastery attracts many visitors eager to see daily life for the hundreds of monks on the grounds.

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Born in 1941, Maung Di has carved out a career as a versatile artist, seamlessly fashioning himself as a poet, columnist and an illustrator.

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Veteran Mandalay artist Aye Myint has launched a showcase of his artwork, bringing to life traditional design styles that harken back to ancient Burma.

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The number of migrants from Burma working in Ranong, Thailand, is believed to exceed that of Thai nationals.

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Hundreds of ethnic Karen gathered at the Karen National Liberation Army’s Brigade 7 headquarters in Hpa-an District Sunday to mark the 67th Resistance Day.

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Karen gathered in Hpa-an District Saturday, near the headquarters of the Karen National Liberation Army, on the eve of events to mark Karen Resistance Day.

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The centuries-old traditional art of Pantin, where items are cast from bronze, brass or copper, is still popular in Burma today.

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Ka Thit Khone village has seen nearly all the farmland that once surrounded it disappear, victim to unrelenting erosion caused by a nearby river.

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Lynn Wunna credits the guidance he received from one of Burma’s most renowned and influential artists as setting him on his own unique artistic path.

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Myat Kyawt has been making art for decades, but he never seems to run out of new ideas and ways to approach his craft.

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Known locally as “Rattan Quarter,” this residential area between 27th and 76th streets in Mandalay is failing to live up to its reputation these days.

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Tin Win’s horse-cart has wound through the streets of Kyauktan for decades, but they may soon be overtaken by the rise of motorcycle taxis.

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Occupying over 1,000 acres of land beside the road, the salt farms of Panga reflect a shimmering white under the tropical sun in Mon State.

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Located northeast of Mandalay’s moat, this eponymous hill is a famous viewpoint for tourists and photographers hoping to capture daybreak over Burma’s last royal capital.

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A construction boom in the state capital Moulmein fuels a commensurate uptick in small-scale brickmaking ventures in Mon State.

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Gifts that President Thein Sein has received from several foreign countries are among the items showcased at the National Museum in Burma’s capital Naypyidaw.

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Picturesque scenes and fishing livelihoods on Irrawaddy Division’s Gaw Yin Gyi island face a looming threat in plans to bring coal-fired power to the region.

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Rail transport in Burma may date back to the colonial period, but this sort of cross-country travel can still offer new insights for brave travelers.

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Floods, ethnic conflict and the election: The Irrawaddy’s photographic retrospective of a momentous year.



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