The second season of the locally produced drama series A Chit Thin Kay Ta (Sign of Love) started airing on MRTV-4 on October 8. The series, produced by MRTV-4 and Media Kabar, features unknown actors, and tells stories of love between young people, including connections between past and present lives.
According to pop psychology, the three most stressful events in life are the death of a loved one, getting divorced and moving house. For pet owners, the idea of leaving behind a furry friend undoubtedly dampens the excitement and trebles the stress of becoming an expat in Yangon.
The Third Blue Wind Multimedia Art Festival for female artists will be held in Yangon from November 23 to 27, with highlights including a directing workshop led by Finnish cinematographer Pekka Niskanen.
A nepalese mountain climber who already holds the world record as the oldest person to scale Mount Everest told The Myanmar Times last week that he plans to break his own benchmark by conquering the world’s highest mountain again early next year.
A Festival of Chinese films will be held at Nay Pyi Daw Cinema on Sule Pagoda Road in Yangon from October 15 to 20.
The festival will feature six films with English subtitles: Aftershock,...
A well-known deaf-mute fortuneteller based in Yangon will be the subject of a Thai television series currently in production in Myanmar, and set to be broadcast in Thailand starting at the end of November.