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Ka Gee: Art in the ink

With the needle as a paint brush and skin as a canvas, he creates something magical It was raining when we arrived at Ka Gee’s...

City Mart: Supply and Demand

Taking the reins of the company at just twenty-one years of age, Daw Win Win Tint is now regarded as one of Myanmar’s foremost business figures. In 2014 she became the first Burmese woman to make Forbes’ Asia’s 50 Power Businesswomen list. City Holdings now operates over 200 different retail channels across the country. MYANMORE sat down with the CEO to discuss the history of City Holdings, the group’s closely monitored reaction to the Covid-19 crisis, the value of market knowledge in an emerging economy, and doing business over twenty-five years of rapid change and growth within Myanmar.

Zaw Win Htut: Rock of Ages

Words by Sam D Foot. To all Burmese, Zaw Win Htut is a perennial renegade hero who needs no introduction. A behemoth of rock whose...

Chef Orng: A Revolutionist Behind the Kitchens

“In the first six months there were countless occasions where we had to cut the loss, we had to call it off, there was...

Daung: A cinematic artist

Translation: Hsu Myat Lin Naing Photos: Thin Myat Noe Both on and off-screen, Daung - arguably Myanmar’s most sought after male lead - is inspiring a...

A woman in front: the pioneering vision of Nang Lang Kham

People tend to think of global CEOs of colossal businesses as suit-and-tie men with a preference for expensive hobbies. Nang Lang Kham, Deputy Chief...

Paing Zay Ye Tun: Celebrity unmasked

We are deep into the second episode: the intrigue is tangible and the spectacle is bizarre to say the least. Zawgyi has performed a...

San Zarni Bo: Fate and the Future

San Zarni Bo’s destiny was foretold. At the tender age of six, a traveling astrologer read his horoscope and informed him that he would...