Be sure to bring your smartphone and earphones to the punk rocker and painter’s second solo show, ‘Micro’
This week in Yangon, catch a talk on blockchain or climate change, see international photography exhibitions or join one of the many events happening for Fête de la Musique.
A Kafka-themed festival, photography workshop, education fair and reggae night are just a few of the interested and informative events happening in Yangon in the coming week.
In the coming week, Yangon has lots of cool events for the party people among us and music, poetry and art events for the artistically inclined.
This weekend in Yangon, there’s plenty of art to be seen as well as an artisan workshop, a robotics competition and a Fab club night for the LGBT crows and friends.
This week in Yangon, you can get a taste of Japanese culture, attend a Korean expo, go to a British ball or enjoy top local artists at a choice of music and arts events.
In the coming week in Yangon see a controversial art exhibition, attend an international startup competition and enjoy plenty of partying and networking opportunities too.
In the coming week in Yangon, you can attend a free Star Wars-themed climbing session, relive the 90s through music or simply head over to the ICT fair.
Yangon has plenty forward-thinking events in the coming week, including an e-commerce seminar, talks on the climate, ethical fashion weekend and an all-women hip hop show.
Host Reba McEntire wasted no time in addressing one of the evening's touchy subjects — the lack of women nominees in some top categories.
Ask painter, writer and filmmaker U Win Pe—one of Myanmar’s most celebrated living artists—to define his talent and he’ll tell you he’s ‘just a storyteller’.
In this final week before Thingyan festivities take over, have fun at water festival-themed events, see a Japanese photo exhibition or join discussions on the local startup scene.
With a number of St. Patrick’s Day parties and the international Gout de France food event in the coming seven days, there is a truly international buzz about Yangon this week.
Eight groups to perform at Yangon’s Basement Bar on March 17, says organizer Ko Thurein.
Singer and songwriter Gabriel Phway’s first full album displays a wide range of musical influences and a unique imagination