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Q&A: Nathalie Johnston

Nathalie Johnston is a Yangon resident, art curator, and Director & Founder of Myanm/art—a pioneering art gallery representing the ‘newer breed’ of contemporary artists. In this interview, Nathalie elaborates on her perspective and...
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Q&A with Ma Kay Khaing Htun: Mandalay Tea Room

Check out the review below; https://www.myanmore.com/2017/07/mandalay-tea-room-taste-mandalay-yangon/

Q&A: The magic of beans Samuel Foot and Jason Brown

Exactly one year after swapping web consultancy for coffee beans, Samuel Foot and Jason Brown, the founders of Sawbwa Coffee, talk speciality coffee, the many nuances of small-batch roasting and satisfying the...

Q&A: Jean Marc Lemmery

Executive Chef at Le Planteur, Jean Marc Lemmery, originally worked as a physiotherapist before making a drastic career-change at the age of 39 and eventually finding himself at the helm of one...

Q&A: Aung Ko Ko my Inle lake

Aung Ko Ko, the General Manager of Villa Inle Boutique Resort, gives his insight in the the best things to see, eat and do around Inle Lake.

Q&A: Father of fashion John Lwin

After being model scouted at a young age while living in Singapore, John Lwin enjoyed a successful career, modelling all over Southeast Asia between 1989 to 1995, from Hong Kong to the Philippines. Later,...

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 the tourism industry over the years. He first started a...

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 spreading and promoting their work. One of the filmmakers, Arkar Win,...

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 living around Indawgyi Lake, Myanmar’s largest and Southeast Asia’s third...

Q&A: Facebook public policy director Mia Garlick

Facebook has not had an easy start to the year. It has faced a data privacy scandal that many say undermined the integrity of democratic elections. In Myanmar it was accused of not doing...