Mandalay Watch brand of quality timepieces finds success online and plans to expand
Protesters agree to negotiate with statue committee for one month, suspend rallies at park housing monument to Gen. Aung San
Daw Thet Thet Khaing says no progress has been made in the year since she first tried to shine a light on state agencies’ murky finances
Ruling party proposed forming a committee so that no side would lose face, NLD lawmaker says.
Move reverses longstanding policy of only talking to the four EAOs separately
The attendance of an estimated 2,000 people at Thakin Mya Park was a sign of change in a predominantly Buddhist country where traditionalism is strong and homosexuality is a crime.
Bangladesh border police vow tighter security as rights groups slam Indian crackdown
Wednesday’s UN statement urged “all sides to ensure the protection of all civilians” and to find a peaceful solution to the situation.
Lawmakers, activists and ethnic representatives hope for progress in 2019, but the events of recent years temper their expectations with caution
Facing a loss of land rights under the contentious Vacant Land Law, the park will use modern methods and customary laws in a bid to retain ownership and protection of the land.
Friday’s assault on four outposts killed 14 security personnel and injured 9; posts were later retaken by Myanmar Army
The couple behind Khaya tea is getting superior Myanmar tea the recognition it deserves by connecting the right farmers to the right markets.
A local ceramics artist making waves in the international art scene will hold her second solo exhibition in Yangon this weekend.
Athan founder Maung Saung Kha has won the Human Rights Tulip award from the Netherlands, becoming the first person bestowed with the honor in the country.
Many in West say Jack Dorsey’s posts insensitive to plight of Rohingya; others praise him for viewing country on its own terms