With the end of the summer holidays in sight, this special report will get you or your child back into the classroom with a bounce. We investigate whether the recent boost to the education budget will be enough to lift it out of the doldrums, hear from teachers talking frankly about their profession, make a case against corporal punishment and describe the lives of working children on the Thai-Myanmar border.
Our Thingyan Guide offers everything you need to know – and do – during this year’s water festival. It includes a rundown on which bands will be performing where, medical tips for staying happy and healthy in the heat, an insight into the preparations meditation centres are taking for one of the busiest times of the year, plus the latest beach getaway deals.
As the number of imported cars soars through the roof, this special report unlocks the mysteries of import dealings, laments the “death” of the iconic Myanmar Jeep and examines how Yangon’s increasingly busy roads are affecting the community – whether they travel by bicycle, bus, train, trishaw or car.
This Myanmar Times special report spotlights the country's youth with fresh features spanning young activism, campus life, monastic education, drug rehabilitation and a pop star's epic journey to fame.
Are you looking for the perfect gadget but feeling overwhelmed by choice? Still waiting for the price of Myanmar’s SIM’s cards to drop? Considering online dating? Or perhaps wondering just how powerful blogging can be? If so, this special report is for you.
Following decades of isolation and sanctions, Myanmar has emerged as one of the most intriguing places in the world to visit. This special report takes readers to some of the country’s most beautiful destinations and showcases Myanmar’s ethnic diversity and potential for adventure.
The Myanmar Times wishes its readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This special report is about all things Christmas and includes an interview with the Archbishop of Yangon, the Salvation Army, Christmas brunch ideas and a “behind the scenes” look at 50th Street Café, Restaurant and Bar.
Myanmar is a country that has historically received the lowest amount of aid per capita in the world. However as the nation continues to open up, exciting developments are taking place in the local and international non-government organisation sector, such as a pioneering treatment of the congenital deformity of clubfoot, FIFA’s football for health program, Yangon’s first animal refuge and more.
United States President Barack Obama has become the first sitting US president to visit Myanmar. This special report on the historic visit features commentary from leading analysts, in-depth articles on past and current bilateral relations, the memoirs of three former visiting US presidents and more.
Your most updated guide to Myanmar's property market. Find an in-depth analysis of the markets in Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay, a profile of an association helping foreigners find office space and a view of the country's heritage sites from old buildings in Yangon the temples of Bagan.