The government plans to release farmed fish into the Ayeyarwady River to protect both the Irrawaddy dolphins and their unique practice of fishing cooperatively with fishermen in Mandalay Region, the Department of Fisheries said last month.
A two-year project to develop English language teaching will see 50 language teachers from the UK spreading out to work in schools across Myanmar as part of an agreement between the British Council and the Ministry of Education.
The flag of Myanmar may soon flutter from the world’s highest peak, thanks to the largesse of tycoon U Tay Za.
Presidential spokesperson U Ye Htut has accused Britain of interfering in Myanmar's internal affairs after it summoned the Myanmar ambassador in an effort to convince the government to allow humanitarian aid activities to resume in Rakhine State.
The United Wa State Party, which controls the country's largest ethnic army, will soon decide whether to participate in nationwide ceasefire talks along with other armed ethnic groups, a spokesperson said.