Empowering women through crafts

Yuwaddy Center is a humble new addition to a growing scene of trendy outlets and cafes along Bogalayzay Street. Walking into the air-conditioned modern...

The armless artist

A gifted painter born with a rare birth defect sells his paintings on Yangon’s streets. Words by Myat Theingi Khine and Lorcan Lovett. Photos...

Yangon Photo Festival celebrates its 10th year

Yangon Photo Festival is taking place at The Secretariat, Mahar Bandoola Park, and the River Gallery until March 4. The French Institute held their 10th...

Q&A: Owner of Trish Gallery Patricia Pun

Marvels abound in the two-floored Trish Gallery; jade meticulously cut into fish scales fixed onto an ever-cool century-old teak bed; glass tables supported by...

MYANMORE call for poetry and fiction

Wordsmiths, pay attention! MYANMORE is looking for submissions of poems and short fiction to feature in its monthly print magazine. We would particularly like to represent...

Myanmar’s first reggae shop Rasta Myanmar

It’s not hard to spot Rasta Myanmar. Striped in red, yellow and green, and emblazoned with a huge mural of a laughing Bob Marley,...

Cocktail workshops at Sarkies Bar

Sarkies Bar at The Strand Yangon is hosting entertaining new cocktail workshops with Italian mixologist Moretti Francesco. “We merely drink cocktails for the sake of...

‘Cubism chose me’: artist Tin Maung Oo

Veteran painter Tin Maung Oo's work has been exhibited for more than four decades. He talks with Cliff Lonsdale after his latest showcase. Photo by Leo...

New book launched on former Yangon author, historian and guide Bob...

Australian author and former Myanmore editor Bob Percival is honored in a new book published this month. Opening up Hidden Burma: journeys with - and...

Mogok Pauk Pauk Opens Second Night of Myanmar Fashion Week

The second night of this year’s fashion week was opened by revered designer Mogok Pauk Pauk of FGM fame, whose models flaunted her signature...
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