Displaced from home, IDP camp residents get by on rations – no meat, thin soup, hard rice.
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Bamar food is common everywhere, with mohinga (rice noodles with fish soup) especially popular.
It has been said that the most difficult thing to give away is kindness, for it is usually returned.
Could Nay Pyi Taw become a food capital? One new destination is leading the charge.
Scottish journalist Fiona MacGregor boldly investigates Myanmar's favourite foreign tipple.
You can ask a good bartender anything, they say. But can you ask him to invent a new cocktail for you, one that represents the tastes of this great country?
Nothing says tradition like the teashop – but even these bastions of inertia have been getting with the times lately.
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