The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 20 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Air Supply to soft-rock Yangon

Australian soft-rock legends Air Supply will endeavour to entertain fans with a concert at the Myanmar Convention Centre on Min Dhamma Road in Yangon on August 15.

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Legendary dancer remembered

Traditional dance performances to commemorate the 80th birthday of the late legendary dancer Shwe Man Tin Maung will be held at the National Theatre in Yangon on August 9 and 10.

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Coming out: Colors Rainbow provides support

Here, three prominent homosexuals talk about their experiences and explain what they want from Myanmar’s move to a more open society.

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Living well in Myanmar

Can we eat a Mediterranean diet in Myanmar? In this column, I am sharing ideas for leading a healthy lifestyle in Myanmar.

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Ghost film genre rises from the dead

Ghost films, so long hidden under the blanket of censorship, have emerged from behind the censor’s door.

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Viddsee provides launchpad for young filmmakers

Southeast Asian filmmakers now have a launching pad for pitching their films internationally.

 

 

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Goethe Institut renews cultural exchange ties

The government has sealed a deal with Germany to help foster cultural ties between the two countries.

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Local produce on the menu

Paolo Cerati started Fresco in order to get fresh, high-quality produce in Yangon, for that taste of home.

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Contemplating Korea

Nuam Bawi shares her experience of a three-day trip she won to South Korea.

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Patriotism is in the air tonight

To get a feel for how dramatic the changes taking place in Myanmar have been in the past year, a visitor needs only to turn on the radio.

 

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