Shwe Kokko New City, a joint project by a Hong Kong firm and the Karen Border Guard Force, has raised concerns over its social impact and the company's shady background.
Myanmar will remain out of bounds to foreign visitors as the country extends travel and gathering restrictions.
With the resumption of output at its plant in Venezuela, Toyota was set on Monday to return to full production after COVID-19 shutdowns for the first time since February.
Colonel Suzuki Keiji was summoned back to Japan in 1942 amid fears that he was placing Myanmar’s independence struggle before Japan’s wartime interests.
When Americans go to the polls in November, reason and democratic ideals must prevail so the wounds inflicted by the disastrous Trump administration can begin to heal.
Vice-President Henry Van Thio said Myanmar may join “travel bubbles” with countries that have contained COVID-19 but said international flights may not resume until October.
In Thailand, COVID-19 has left millions of migrant workers from Myanmar jobless, facing a daily struggle to get by with little income and few options.
Want to get out and fill your stomach after months of eating at home, but looking to avoid crowded eateries? The Giant Burger at Melia Hotel’s Garbo is a great option.
The Cambodian province of Siem Reap has become the first in the country to ban the dog-meat trade, citing health risks.
Despite public outrage over a deadly landslide in Kachin, the NLD seems either unable or unwilling to force jade mining companies to follow safety and environmental laws.
Stonemasons are re-carving 66 statues of Buddha, reportedly donated by powerful figures, that were removed from a monastery for violating Theravada Buddhist tradition.
The Health Ministry has warned that people in Myanmar must still follow COVID-19 guidelines, as many citizens have begun to relax now that local transmissions are contained.
The former ruling USDP says it is confident of winning a majority in Parliament and winning the presidency, but political analysts are less upbeat over the party’s chances at the
The Pegu Club was an exclusive British retreat in colonial Rangoon that denied entrance to all Asians, including Burmese.
A Naypyitaw monastery has been told to remove 66 Buddha statues that violate Theravada Buddhism and were apparently made in a bid to boost the wealth of powerful donors.