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.
Fresh challenges await this year’s young participants as they form teams and rush around downtown in search of insects, obscure old buildings, hugs from strangers and more.
A growing group of skate enthusiasts will get together for events in honor of the international event aimed at further promoting skateboarding in Myanmar and the world.
Xi said China's young should be grateful to the party, the country, the society and the people and avoid what he termed "mistaken thoughts."
Stigmatization of condom use remains a problem; maternal mortality rate still unacceptably high
This week, The Irrawaddy hears the youths’ perspective of the democratic transition and disappointments, they say, it has so far churned up.
Outgoing UNFPA representative looks back on her work promoting empowerment of women and youth, and helping to organize the first census in decades
Turning Tables, a nation-wide music and social unity project, will hold a festival featuring the winning act of their 2018 song competition alongside Yangon’s favorite musicians.
A small but high-profile group of liberal activists is growing increasingly disillusioned with the administration Myanmar voted into power with sky-high hopes three years ago.
Youn Ni Ko, a young Burmese singer-songwriter who grew up in Cyprus, refuses to be confined to a single genre.
An abundance of illicit drugs—much of which, the UNODC say, originate in Shan State—is lowering the street price, making it more accessible to young people.
The center is to be part of the government’s plan to establish a public waterfront area along the river in downtown Yangon.