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A photo exhibition at Myanmar Deitta Gallery in Yangon seeks to portray the reality of drug users and opium farmers whose lives are threatened by the consequences of repressive drug policies.
Who needs paint? Who needs brushes? The true artist needs only imagination, plus whatever bits and pieces come to hand.
Aritst Tun T Lin takes an unusual approach to painting portraits of his family members: He depicts them with whimsically elongated necks – a metaphor, he says, for living in hopes of a change for the better in Myanmar.
An exhibition featuring the work of 16 contemporary artists at Yangon’s Lokanat Gallery seeks to highlight ways in which creative ideas can span international boundaries.
Last week Japanese theatre director Hiroshi Koike came to Yangon to bring to life one of the most well-known stories written by his countryman Kenji Miyazawa, an early 20th-century author and poet.
One of Myanmar’s rarest species faces extinction – and a new art exhibition explores what that means.
A run-down of some of our favourite new mobile apps. This week, Naing Lin Tun focuses on apps to up your music game.
Having fun with social media A-listers Kelvin and Yell.
Expert commuter Myo Satt takes a firsthand look at Yangon’s newest form of public transport, the Bus Rapid Transit system.
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