Aung Cho Lwin – or “Guitar Man”, as he is often known – owns and operates a bespoke guitar workshop that he runs out of his Yangon home.
Continue reading »
Arker Kyaw found 15 minutes of fame when he draw a graffiti portrait of Obama in Yangon. It’s been a longer road getting to represent Myanmar in an international graffiti meet-up
Greg Constantine’s eight-year project to photograph Rohingya communities offers a glimpse of the struggle of the stateless.
Artist Sein Myint continues to busy himself painting the 37 nat spirits of Myanmar: an ongoing labour of love in a career spanning decades.
The Myanmar Times speaks with Hnin Wai of the Myanmar Women's Entrepreneur Association, an advocate for women’s rights and business advancement.
Yangon band Side Effect have performed at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, one of the world's biggest and most important music festivals.
Most young villagers like Su Myat Moe don’t get much chance for higher education, but she’s striving to change that – one weekend at a time.
Doctors at a temporary clinic in Rakhine perform repairs on cleft lips, palates and burns, giving parents hope that their children will face the world with a fair chance.
Returning to Myanmar after 14 years in Thailand, 28-year-old restauranteur Thazin Wah says her homecoming has not been without its challenges.
A visit to Hten San Cave in southern Shan State reveals an array of supernatural beliefs among locals, as well as a violent history that until last year kept the area closed to foreigners
Page 9 of 108