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Q&A: Bart Was Not Here

A kindred spirit, and a great guy to talk to; Kyaw Moe Khine or Bart Was Not Here is a Myanmar-born graffiti artist/painter based in a small studio in Mingalar Taung...

Yangon Innovation Center Opening Day

The grand opening and exhibition in the new building site named Yangon Innovation Center is established today, on 17th July, 2019 by the Yangon Regional Government in partnership with CB Bank, Thura...

Rangoon Rhythm: The Bamboo Trio

Many rap artists, rock musicians, and pop singers have been reached out by us; but never before a Jazz band. The Bamboo trio, a collective of professional music teachers and musicians,...

A guide to Yangon spicy food

Looking for ways to spice up your taste buds in Yangon? Here are some of the top restaurants serving some of the spiciest food.. Are you up for the challenge?

Tom N Toms Coffee: Cozy vibe, subpar service

“Tom N Toms. Our first thought was "it must be a small cafe". Boy were we proven wrong. What It Is: Tom N Toms, originally...

A Complex of Mother Love: In Memory of a Late Artist

Our relationship, connection, and conversations with our mothers can be rather extraordinary and is a rather unique topic to examine. This may or not be exactly the point the artist is trying...

Le Planteur joins the Sunday Brunch clash

Most of you’d think about Sunday brunch, more or less, at Yangon’s five-star hotels. But, in reverse, what about a grandeur restaurant by the Inya lake hidden inside from the hustle city. 

Holidays: Waso Full moon Day & Martyrs’ Day

This coming week has two public holidays in Myanmar which are both important days for the nation. So here are some tips you might want to know what's happening on these holidays.

Things to do in Yangon this weekend: Jul 12 – 14

Here’s our snippet of things to do in Yangon this weekend. Friday The Ladies & Light at The Yangon Galleryhe third exhibition of 46 women photographers,...

[Review] MICRO: Mainstream Punk Rock to Pretentious Art Flop

In my opinion, art is made so that humans can openly express themselves or portray feelings of anguish, despair, joy, sadness, or even plain crazy through a story, poem, or a painting....