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Rangoon Rhythm: DJ Y3llO

A 19 years old, Andrew Tin Aung Toe claimed his name as an artist: Y3llO. Since High School, he had been surrounded...

Rangoon Rhythm: Dora Alex

Myanmore talks with 18-year-old Dora Alex, who released her first ever music album First Thing First in September 2018 – and it went straight...

My Mandalay: In memory of Myat Thander Tin

A personal guide of the best things to see, eat and do in Mandalay by Myat Thander Tin, the managing director of the Thit...

Facing the future: Preserving the past

After visiting family living in Myanmar, artist Julie-Ann Pedida fell in love with the country and decided to stay on permanently in 2015. She...

Rangoon Rhythm: Youn Ni Ko

Born in Yangon, Youn Ni Ko grew up on the remote island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean sea after her family moved there when...

Serenaded with opera at Pullman Yangon’s E’Cucina restaurant

Diners enjoyed the accomplished vocals of an opera singer between courses of first-class Italian fare at the Pullman Hotel Yangon last night (September 26). Australian...

Korean art troupe bring renowned show to Yangon

In an eclectic explosion of colors and sounds, the Korean Traditional Music Association staged its first ever performance in Yangon. Organized by the Korean Association...

Q&A: Artist Mon Halsey

Transforming waste into art has been the niche of Mon Halsey, 39, for years. She has held five solo exhibitions featuring her artwork and...

Photography exhibition celebrates Myanmar’s old doors

It was about a decade ago, in the Yangon drizzle, that Julian Ray came upon a beautiful blue door. He stabilized his camera on...

Irish musicians thrill at Music for Myanmar

Irish musicians performed at a charity concert in Yangon that raised funds for disadvantaged, deaf and orphaned children on Friday (September 14). Organized by non-profit...
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