The Myanmar Times
Monday, 22 September 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Carving it up: Chefs face off

Local chefs face off for a shot at the big time in a competition where victory's worth US$1000 and some serious credibility in the kitchen.  

 

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Drawing out the artist in you

Multi-media artist and culinary whiz Beena Shah's Yangon classes draw out the best in her students.

 

 

 

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Arts festival to mark World Environment Day

A group of artists, poets and environmentalists hope to promote environmental awareness through art, with a festival in June.

 

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Yangon swag

Meet Shwe Zan Myo Hein (aka SZ), hip hop artist and owner of downtown streetwear stalwart RUN YGN.

 

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Putting the pieces back together

The Nagar Glass Factory, closed down over the fuel price hikes that spurred the saffron revolution, was laid waste to by Cyclone Nargis.

 

 

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Treasures of Upper Myanmar

One woman's journey from underpaid and undervalued housekeeping work at a government hotel to being manager of a high-end resort.

 

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Crème de la Crema: Baristas get ready to rumble

Myanmar baristas will have a good chance to show their skill in a national barista championship to be held June 18 to 20 at the Myanmar Convention Center in Yangon.

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Blind ambition: Cooking by feel

"I want to show that the blind can even cook,” says Ma Hauk San, who recently competed in Myanmar's first Blind Cooking Competition.

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Living well in Myanmar: eat local, eat right

Our resident medical expert Dr Christoph Gelsdorf on the Myanmar diet, and how it can be integrated into a nutritious, healthy lifestyle.

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California Dreamin'

Me N Ma Girls first garnered international attention for springing up under a repressive military regime. Now they want it to be about the music.

 

 

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