Myanmar’s ruling National League for Democracy and other parties are objecting to voting stations in military cantonments, claiming the military may influence voters.
Representatives from top US firms like Google, Ford and Amazon are touring Myanmar to consider large-scale investment.
In the NLD’s latest legal action against a critic, the ruling party’s office in Maubin Township hits cartoonist ‘Ahtee’ with a defamation lawsuit under Article 66(d).
Yangon’s Wathann Film Festival continues to attract an ever-higher caliber of talent as Myanmar’s independent film industry grows.
Last month’s attacks on northeast Myanmar’s Muse highway have pushed up transport prices, leaving consumers to pay the price.
A Mandalay-based monk is facing a military lawsuit for criticizing Buddhist nationalists for taking an army donation.
Around 400 stakeholders from Myanmar’s food industry are expected to attend a forum in late September to address food safety challenges.
On this day in 1942, Gen. Aung San, shortly after joining the Japanese to drive the British out of Myanmar, married Daw Khin Kyi.
On the 2nd day of his visit, Korean President Moon Jae-in tells Yangon forum Seoul aims to be a key partner, oversees 5 MOU signings, including on New Dala City Project.
A guest columnist dines in Italy with a granddaughter of Myanmar royalty and the fourth wife of a Myanmar dictator, and learns some secrets to living a happy life.
The attacks mark the third major highway bridge bombing by an alliance of rebel groups along major trade routes in northern Shan State in the past two weeks.
At a meeting in Beijing, U Kyaw Tin Swe told the Chinese foreign minister that Myanmar appreciates China’s assistance on Rohingya repatriation and peace in Myanmar.
In just its 2nd year, the University Students Film Festival has become an important incubator of young filmmaking talent; 10 shorts competed for the top prize this year.
An educational weather station at a village school in southern India is teaching children about climate change and helping their parent’s harvest more from their land.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi told International Youth Day observers that, while the government is desperate to improve education in Myanmar, funding is limited.