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Ten Things to Do in Yangon This Week

By Wei Yan Aung 31 October 2017

MMA Cage Fight | Nov. 3

Hometown hero Aung La Nseng, the MMA One Championship middleweight world champion, will fight heavyweight fighter Alain Ngalani.

Nov. 3, 6:30 pm. Thuwunna Stadium. Tickets at 09-51549297, and www.myasiatiket .com

Memory: International Film Heritage Festival | Nov. 3-12

More than 60 films including banned films around the world will be screened at this film festival.

Nov. 3-12, Waziya Cinema & Maha Bandula Park. Free Admission.  

Trio Stage Show | Nov. 2

Myanmar’s celebrated male singers Zaw Win Htut, R Zarni and Wai La will perform on the eve of the Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone.

Nov. 2, 7 pm. People’s Park. Tickets between 10,000 and 50,000 kyats at 09-782097436.

Eint Chit Solo Concert | Nov. 3

Famous singer Eint Chit will sing on the Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone.

Nov. 3, 7 pm. Kandawgyi’s Hmaw Sin Kyun. Tickets 5,000 to 50,000 kyats at 09-259699669, 09-252598989.

Tazaungdaing Festival | Nov. 4

This event will feature Myanmar traditional marionette and orchestral performances, a cane ball demonstration and traditional snack stalls.

Nov. 4, 5 pm to 9 pm. Sein Lann So Pyay Garden. Free Admission.

U Ba Gyan Tazaungdaing Cartoon Festival | Nov. 2-4

Cartoons of U Ba Gyan and other award-winning cartoonists will be displayed at this annual festival of lights.

Nov. 2-4. 13th Street, Lanmadaw Township.

Book Sale | Nov. 3-5

At this event, books are offered at discount prices and old books can be exchanged.

Nov. 3-5. Yangon Book Plaza, Thanzay Market.

Aung Khaing’s Solo Show | Nov. 1-5

The fifth solo exhibition of artist Aung Khaing will feature Myanmar-style modern paintings.

Nov. 1-5. OK Art Gallery, Aung San Stadium (North Wing).

Win Pe Myint: Dialogue with Nature | Nov. 2-11

This exhibition will showcase Myanmar’s spectacular landscapes.

Nov. 2-11. Lokanat Galleries, 62 Pansodan St, 1st Floor, Kyauktada Tsp.

Paung Laung Art Exhibition | Nov. 1-5

The fifth group art exhibition of Pyinmana-based artists will showcase more than 30 paintings.

Nov. 1-5. Myanmar Traditional Artists and Artisans Organization, Bogyoke Market.

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