Thursday, September 24, 2020

Column

Did you know there was a golden age of Myanmar soccer?

In 1967, at the height of the Cold War, when tensions between Burma and the United States were at an all-time high, an American...

Urban Rangoon: Local design from local materials

Myanmar is not spared when it comes to the issue of fast fashion. High-volume production and consumption of clothes made and sold cheaply -...

Sober: A story to give some hope

John Cutliffe is a music producer, musician and composer and has worked with well known artists in his native Ireland, Scotland, London and Nashville...

SEEDS: More than a Restaurant

When we were creating the concept of SEEDS we were still working at the five-star Banjaran Hotspring Retreat in Ipoh, a magical place nestled...

Rangoon Rhythm: DJ Yu KT

Yu Kyaw Tin, 35, has become a favorite on Yangon’s electronic music circuit, showcasing her techno, deep house and tech house mixes at the...

Mixologist column: A loving message to Yangon’s bar community

In an effort to ensure that more voices in the bar community will be heard, it has been decided that this column should rotate,...

Green Column: The Farm-to-Face Movement

When Kokkoya Organic’s co-founder Sophia Aye asked me in May if Nourish wanted to be a vendor at the launch of their Yangon Farmer’s...

Mogok Pauk Pauk: Inspired by the river

Longyi is a gender-neutral term for the long piece of fabric that is worn in abundance in Myanmar. It starts from the waist and reaches...

Latest news

[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.

Stay at home order in Yangon from September 21st

From September 21st, all townships in the Yangon region are now subject to a ‘Stay at home’ order.
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