The Myanmar Times speaks with photographer Catherine Karnow, as the Seven Days project draws to a close.
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A young punk, an historic building and a Burmese butterfly will feature in this year’s International Women’s Film Festival in South Korea.
Censorship cost the country half a century of good literature, participants in a literary gathering heard last week.
Here’s an odd couple: a Buddhist monk and a Danish journalist on a voyage of discovery, and self-discovery, in Myanmar.
Former prime minister U Khin Nyunt aims to give unknown artists broader exposure.
Cartoonist Totty Swe’s earlier works, drawn just after he quit the University of Arts and Culture in 1998, aimed to challenge the status quo by questioning governmental authority and highlighting corruption, civilian conflicts and other social ills.
Local pop act Me N Ma Girls will perform at the Music Matters Live Festival in Singapore, alongside more than 50 international bands.
Local skateboarders teach the finer points of a sport that is becoming increasingly popular with the youth of Yangon.
U Myint Kywe has been recognised at the Thuta Swesone Literature Awards.
Photographers from Myanmar will get the chance to participate in the seventh IMAGES festival in Denmark later this year.
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