A Yangon gay couple have faced a backlash from the media since their March 2 wedding, highlighting the ongoing oppression faced by the LGBT community.
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An interview with Myanmar blogger Nay Phone Latt, advocate of free expression and computer literacy who was arrested in January 2008 at the age of 27.
Meet Khin Zaw Latt, a young artist of humble origins who just two years ago spent his days painting in a small and austere fourth-floor apartment on Old Yadashe Street.
Douglas Long tries to tackle his linguistic deficiency with colonial-era tome Burmese Self-Taught (In Burmese and Roman Characters) with Phonetic Pronunciation by RF St A St John, Hon MA (Oxon).
Artist and teacher Suu Myint Thein hopes he can help his students to be the next visionaries on Myanmar's art scene.
A trip to Sayabouly, Laos, for the annual Elephant Festival highlights the ongoing challenge to conserve the disappearing giants
The Myanmar Times meets Sonny Aung Khin, owner of Yangon’s renowned Padonmar fine-dining restaurant.
A Yangon couple is set to mark their 10th anniversary by getting married in front of a gathering of friends and family, in what will be the first public gay marriage in Myanmar.
Meet the women from Mandalay’s Chinese community, who gather at sunrise to rehearse – and sometimes take to the stage for celebrations and ceremonies.
The Irrawaddy Literary Festival in Mandalay produced its share of controversy, writes Douglas Long.
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