Several years have passed since 22-year-old Sakura* tried to take her own life – but only recently has she been able to talk about it. Early warning signs for suicide can be notoriously hard to spot. And in Myanmar it’s especially difficult.
The sleepy, UNESCO-heralded town of Luang Prabang will once again be transformed into a grand screening arena for Southeast Asia’s most captivating independent films on December 2, when the Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) launches its 7th annual film festival.
Take a second look at Yangon. This time, see it through the eyes, or the lens, of a budding professional photographer.Our Yangon exhibition is being organised by Don Wright, artist and owner of art gallery Wired on 39. Six novice photographers will showcase their 26 photos in the exhibition.