Each year, the Manuhar Buddhist festival in Bagan celebrates the creation of the Manuhar pagoda in a colourful, yet reverent affair.
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With the end of direct pre-publication censorship in August 2012 came the proliferation of a previously stifled genre of Myanmar literary nonfiction: the prison memoir.
A Kachin-inspired design has won the highest bid at a fundraising auction in Yangon.
Artist Shwe Myint says there is no substitute for painting a portrait in the presence of the model.
Generation Wave, a political organisation launched in 2007 in the wake of the uprising against the then- military government, is celebrating its sixth anniversary this month.
Since her release from prison in 1999, Ma Thida has dreamt of a day when Myanmar writers would be able to develop creative literature and critical thinking on an international level.
The Bogyoke Film Board Committee confirmed last week that the film of the life of Myanmar national hero, Bogyoke Aung San, will be called “Aung San”.
Miss Universe Myanmar has only just been crowned, but already a movement is afoot to unseat her from her precarious place in the spotlight.
Smoking shisha is increasingly popular in Yangon but many users remain blissfully unaware of its risks.
Our resident medical expert Dr Christoph Gelsdorf on Alzheimer's disease and the lifestyle factors that could stave off its onset.
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