Tony Howett started his journey in London, UK, and has since 2004 been around Asia. Tony has worked in fitness and with gyms in different countries before starting his own F45 gym in Yangon, just a few months before COVID-19 hit and had to move the training online.
A Myanmar environmental documentary - Changes in the Field - has been released to address how the lives of farmers in Myanmar are affected by climate change. It takes a glimpse into the lives of farmers in Yangon, Shan State and Mon State, whose very existence and heritage is intertwined with their lands. We talked with Tomas Derville and Beatrice Manole - the producer and co-producer - on how this documentary that can act as a blueprint to lay out a potential vision for the future —— the story of how we can act now and make things right.
The team behind The Penthouse share their story of coming together, launching businesses and adapting
Raouf, Amine and Gabriel come together in this interview for MYANMORE's The Adaptors to tell the story of they got started with the Lab, the Penthouse and how the three of them work together also during times such as COVID-19 to launch new concepts and ideas.
Nikki Barltrop on working for Gordon Ramsay, the change coming to Asia and how she reacted to COVID-19
MYANMORE'S The Adaptors features Nikki Barltrop, the Chief Operating Officer of 57 Below the 2019 MYANMORE' Special Award for Contribution to Excellence of the Year.
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...
Featuring Chef Davy on this journey to where he is today, turning a mess into something "goldy" + his tips to fellow restaurateurs how to handle the current crisis.
Nam Su Shan Tea House & Cocktails is well known for its delicious Northern Shan traditional dishes in Western style. It has now launched...
A young Myanmar entrepreneur is blazing a trail for Burmese food in Hong Kong. Southeast Asian food has been enjoying...
[The Adaptors] Pablo Aloy Gomez of Meliá Yangon share how they have been adapting and the importance of always staying positive
Meliá Yangon was one of the first hotels' in Yangon to open up for the public. This was the result of a lot of planning and preparations. Mr Pablo Aloy Gomez, a GM of Meliá Hotels International for over 20 years across three continents, share what they did and his views.
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