Exciting new lunch courses at Shwe Sa Bwe

Just north of Inya Lake is the refurbished villa of Shwe Sa Bwe, a catering school and restaurant that offers a charming fine dining...

Furnishing a greener future

It’s been said that necessity is the mother of invention. This was the case for Yangon-native Christina Win, head designer and owner of...

Dagon University celebrates early Thingyan

About 1,000 students celebrated an early Thingyan at Dagon University on March 14 (Wednesday). Treated as a celebration that marks the end of the universities’...

The Tea Shop

LGBT Film Festival is back! &Proud returned to Mandalay March 2-3 with its LGBT film festival. In addition to movie screenings, the free festival included...

Mary Chapman School for the Deaf teacher Phyu Phyu Win

Phyu Phyu Win understands adversity. Diagnosed as deaf during her childhood, the 34-year-old teacher encountered a rigid education system negligent toward the hearing impaired,...

Rau Ram revamps menu with flavorful flair

On its opening in 2016 Rau Ram immediately set itself apart from the Yangon food scene with a flurry of creative Southeast Asian fusion...

Chin State’s heart-shaped lake

Whispers of the mystical heart-shaped Rih Lake in northeastern Chin State have gradually spread and got tourists asking questions. The 2017 Lonely Planet even...

Celebrating Myanmar women’s achievements

Today the world celebrates International Women’s Day, an event that inspired Myanmore magazine to commit much of March’s print edition to celebrating female achievement...

Meet the Myanmar activist fighting for equal rights

Htet Oo Wai is the Myanmar representative for the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) and Demo Finland. Their work in Myanmar centers in...

Chin teacher shelters Myanmar’s most vulnerable children

Down a dusty lane in Yangon’s Hlaing Tharyar township is a home-cum-school that stands out as a splash of color amid the traveller’s palms...
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