Tim McLaughlin meets Deputy Information Minister and Presidential Spokesman U Ye Htut, who made the transition from military man to government official.
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Like many in Ayeyarwady Region, the residents of Nyaung Lane Gone in Dedaye township turned to U San Sint when they were in trouble.
Residents of Kungyangon, a delta town at the southern end of Yangon Region, are waiting on their representatives to make good on promises.
The name Strand Road may evoke a sense of grandeur, but for many who live along this stretch of tarmac beside the Ayeyarwady River in Mandalay life is a constant struggle.
For civil servants in Myanmar, retirement often means having to fall back on the generosity of relatives, with pensions not enough to live on and the cost of living ever rising.
The peace process in Myanmar remains the best opportunity in many decades to address the political, social and economic issues that have long driven armed conflict, writes Ashley South.
Ye Mon looks at the memorial dedicated to the Kayan New Land Party, a group who rose up in opposition to the Ne Win-era military government.
Reporters seeking information from government ministries know that the task is fraught with “ifs”.
Deadly sardine cans from hell – that’s the best way that I can think of to describe the buses in Yangon.
Minister U Soe Thein announces plan to allocate vacant land to landless households, but experts question whether government has financial and technical resources to make it a success.
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