Kahtein celebrations are often associated with Buddhism, but for many it is a tradition based largely on family, writes Than Naing Soe.
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A new book chronicles Kyaw Thu's transition from renowned actor to active humanitarian, who provides an invaluable service to those who can't afford funerals.
Twilight may have fallen over the lives of its residents, but the Seesaryake rest home for sick and elderly people offers care and home comfort until the end of their days.
Phyo shares two of her tried and true linguini recipes that will be sure to impress: fresh crab and spicy chicken.
As Nyaung Shwe's dining scene transforms, old favourites stand their ground alongside exciting, newer ventures.
Myanmar's Academy Awards are set to go ahead in Yangon, despite concerns it would steal the limelight from the SEA Games.
Contemporary and traditional artists take on the task of creating a portrait of former film director and writer Bogalay U Tin Aung.
Surrounded by scenic mountains and still pristine water, Myanmar’s largest lake is easy to fall in love with.
Myanmar's ABBA fans will get the chance to see a cover band take to the stage in late November.
Reporter Wa Lone on his recent visit to the unique Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi.
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