Q&A: Tourism for peace U Thet Lwin Toh

As a founding member of the Union of Myanmar Travel Association and the current Chairman, U Thet Lwin Toh has seen many changes to...

Dr Maung Maung Thein: Reviving the Secretariat

The sprawling downtown complex whose symbolization of colonial rule in Burma was shattered when the nation’s first flag was raised in its grounds in...

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...

Young entrepreneurs blazing trails in Myanmar’s industries

Amid a series of state reforms seven years ago, the future of Myanmar’s economy had a gilded shine—some even posited it as “Asia’s next...

An interview with Aung La N Sang ‘The Burmese Python’

Two-division ONE champion and Myanmar star Aung La N Sang sits down with MYANMORE two days before he defends his middleweight belt. The 33-year-old...

Q&A: The Mystery of Burma director Arkar

A slew of young filmmakers have shaken up the Myanmar film industry so far this year, with social media playing a key part in...

Q&A: Face of Indawgyi

Based on the shores of its stunning namesake, Face of Indawgyi was officially established almost one year ago to improve the lives of people...

Q&A: Ivan Pun

Four years ago, behind the corrugated iron shutters of an old riverfront warehouse, was a flurry of fashion, art, food and local craftsmanship—a pop-up...

Green column: Food miles? Think meters

When I lived in New York, I took for granted that exotic fruit was available all year round, without a second thought to the...

Remembering Thingyan Moe

In 1983 a film was shot in Mandalay that still resonates with the Myanmar public more than three decades after its release—in fact, it...
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