Opening in New York City on February 10, the Asia Society Museum’s Buddhist Art of Myanmar will be the first exhibition of its kind to include loans from collections of Buddhist art in Myanmar.
Amid the hussle and bussle of Yangon’s Lanthit Jetty, a small girl adjusts the zoom on her camera.
As you walk around the quiet shelves with Aung Myint Oo, custodian of Mandalay’s Ludu Library, he carefully pulls down a thick, aged volume with yellowed pages called The Pacification of Burma by Sir Charles Crosthwaite...
Since graduating with a degree in Korean from Yangon’s University of Foreign Languages, Ma Aye Thinzar Maung has dreamt of becoming a university teacher.
Agencies continue to send domestic workers to Singapore for work despite a government ban
Film professionals are warning that new rules governing their industry could lead to a return to military-era censorship.
A woman wearing traditional Myanmar dress, her hair tied neatly, sits surrounded by brightly coloured cloth in the attic of the River Ayeyarwady Gallery in downtown Yangon.