Taking recycling one step further, show features beautiful, durable objects created by international and local designers from waste materials
A local ceramics artist making waves in the international art scene will hold her second solo exhibition in Yangon this weekend.
Many in West say Jack Dorsey’s posts insensitive to plight of Rohingya; others praise him for viewing country on its own terms
Women and girls need the support of the entire community in pushing against the societal norms that continue to silence the sufferers of harassment and sexual abuse today.
U Pe Myint accuses private news outlets of being in thrall to publishers and advertisers, implies groups such as Reporters Without Borders are aligned with foreign governments
Mae Tao Clinic chief honored for her work providing maternal healthcare near Karen State conflict zone
With ambitions of becoming a genuine smart city, Mandalay — the country's last royal capital — is in the midst of a high-tech makeover.
Yangon-based group to join international line-up at Orange Festival in Arunachal Pradesh in mid-December
U Ye Myat Thu is leading Mandalay towards ASEAN smart city status by adopting smart technologies in the public services sector—changes which are already reaping rewards.
They aim to end the practice of tourist sites selling foreign-made fashion
At the close of the ASEAN Summit, the chairman’s statement confirmed that the bloc would continue to work with Myanmar to bring peace, stability and rule of law to Rakhine State.
Demonstrators wave signs saying ‘We will never return to Myanmar without citizenship.’
Sources say she bought the 93 acres for $444,000 to establish a forest and open a vocational training school to teach landscaping.
The ruling party has vowed to start delivering on its promises, but it faces a tough fight in ethnic areas and a newly confident USDP in Saturday’s vote
Joint Myanmar-Bangladesh ministerial panel says refugees to start returning in mid-November; no details yet on number of returnees in first batch.