Friday, September 25, 2020


River Gallery Re-Opens Second Annual Monsoon Madness sale begins

After two months of lockdown, River Gallery has re-opened its doors and is open 10 am to 5 pm every day. Please come to...

Experience Tomorrowland at home

On 25 (Saturday) and 26 (Sunday) July, Tomorrowland is organising Tomorrowland Around the World, a digital festival. Tomorrowland cannot take place in 2020 due to...

Naing Myo Wae: Realistic Strokes

At the first glance, you might think this picture is out of some comic book. But, in fact, it's the interior design of a...

Movie Pick: How Wong Kar-wai visualizes urban loneliness

Few Chinese auteurs have visualized the way in which loneliness can rip the fabric of the soul more blatantly than Wong Kar-wai, a maverick Hong Kong art-house filmmaker. Loneliness — its misery, its narratives, its antidotes, its eventual confrontation — permeates his movies. Whether in a room flooded with neon-lit giant ads in the densely populated Hong Kong, or a grungy apartment in Buenos Aires, Wong captures not only the nocturnality in Edward Hopper’s paintings but the illuminating insight into the universal human experience amidst its acme of 21st-century urban loneliness.

Films postponed due to COVID-19

Cinema-goers have another reason to hate the pandemic with all the much-awaited films delayed. In this list, you'll find some exciting films with trailers...

Interview with Zaw Win Htut about his new bar and being back on a magazine cover

Zaw Win Htut is Myanmar’s great musical centrifuge, the most influential singer in a country of fifty-five million people. Of unquestionable musical pedigree, he...

WE WERE KINGS can now be watched online

You can now watch the award-winning We Were Kings - the story of Burma's lost royal family - for free on YouTube via Timeline from anywhere in the world.

[Bookworm] Online Bookstores for Real Books

Do you enjoy reading printed books more than e-books? These are my favourite stores to buy real books online with delivery.

Latest news

Celebrate the World Tourism Day 2020 in Myanmar Live

Celebrate World Tourism Day in Myanmar with the live program broadcasted from Ministry of Hotel and Tourism, today Friday 25th, from 10:00 am. Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day on September 27. Its purpose is to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value.

[Ready-to-Eat Yangon] New Concepts of Breakfast, Fine Dining, Vegan and Tacos!

Thanks to all the innovative entrepreneurs in Yangon, staying at home does not have to be so painful and boring - here is our series of new ready-to-eat delivery concepts, starting with Breakfast, Fine Dining, Vegan and Tacos!

Swedish Design with IKEA delivered to your home

With COVID-19 a Bangkok visit is out of the question. Imagine my surprise when I found a quick and easy way to order and get it delivered to home.
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