News

Rights groups claims Army is targeting Kokang civilians Rights groups claims Army is targeting Kokang civilians
Myanmar soldiers clear the area in Chin Shwe Haw town of Kokang, northern...
Police charge 14 garment workers as protests gather pace Police charge 14 garment workers as protests gather pace
Police block off workers at the Danyin Gone junction in Shwe Pyi Thar...
Myanmar’s ‘dodo’ alive and tweeting Myanmar’s ‘dodo’ alive and tweeting
Jerdon’s babbler had not been spotted in Myanmar since July 1941, when...
UNFPA partnership seeks to strengthen Myanmar’s health system UNFPA partnership seeks to strengthen Myanmar’s health system
 The UNFPA partnership seeks to help improve the Myanmar health...
Protesters attacked, beaten and arrested in Yangon Protesters attacked, beaten and arrested in Yangon
Police and civilians with red arm bands attack non-violent protesters...
Extension of stay for Myanmar migrants in Thailand Extension of stay for Myanmar migrants in Thailand
Myanmar migrant workers restore wooden fishing boats in a large shipyard...
China’s role in Myanmar ‘less than altruistic’: Fortify Rights China’s role in Myanmar ‘less than altruistic’: Fortify Rights
Chinese People's Liberation Army soldiers patrol in Beijing, China. November...

Interviews

‘I didn’t expect the market to open so fast’ ‘I didn’t expect the market to open so fast’
U Htun Htun Naing, managing director Blue Ocean U Htun Htun Naing in...
Media professional speaks on responsible information sharing Media professional speaks on responsible information sharing
  How can journalists reconcile the need to share information...
British Minister Lynn Featherstone: British Minister Lynn Featherstone:
‘More women should have their voices heard and addressed in the peace process...
‘Thailand does not need to engage in the destruction of the Salween’ ‘Thailand does not need to engage in the destruction of the Salween’
Kraisak Choonhavan, conservationist, human rights activist   Thai...

Business

Thai steel company set for Thilawa Thai steel company set for Thilawa
Millcon welcomes some visiting officials from the Ministry of Science...
China lowers 2015 growth target to 'approximately 7%' China lowers 2015 growth target to 'approximately 7%'
China's economy slowing. Workers at Hanwang Technology assembling electronic...
Agreement on Dawei SEZ moves closer Agreement on Dawei SEZ moves closer
 Excavation work underway at the Dawei Special Economic Zone site...
Developing world drives cheap smartphone boom Developing world drives cheap smartphone boom
A girl using her mobile phone on the roadside in Yangon, Myanmar, April...
Six Myanmar airports get an upgrade Six Myanmar airports get an upgrade
Six airports in Myanmar have had an upgrade. Bagan-Nyaung U Airport....
Govt focuses on Ayeyarwady dam plans Govt focuses on Ayeyarwady dam plans
 Paunglaung dam in 2013. Photo: Mizzima The Myanmar government...
Gmail now available in Myanmar language Gmail now available in Myanmar language
Gmail is now available in the Myanmar language, according to Google....

Features

From the history vault From the history vault
Censorship and déjà vu Censorship was especially heavy during the...
The view from Mae Sot: gaining perspective in ‘little Burma’ The view from Mae Sot: gaining perspective in ‘little Burma’
An AAPP staff member briefs a tourist on Myanmar's political history....
‘Now they are speaking up’ ‘Now they are speaking up’
Karen News journal pushes boundaries as it expands Nan Paw Gay. Photo:...
‘Radio is access’ ‘Radio is access’
Inside the factory walls: Myanmar radio reaches migrants in Thailand Mae...

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Opinion

The bureaucracy’s keen young clerks The bureaucracy’s keen young clerks
Photo: Hong Sar/Mizzima In the old days it wasn’t easy to get to know Myanmar government officials....
The long march to university reform The long march to university reform
Photo: Thet Ko/Mizzima Myanmar’s university students are known at home and abroad for their strident...
The government should support private media The government should support private media
A street vendor reads a new private daily newspaper while selling newspapers and weekly journals at a roadside...
Rights that should be upheld Rights that should be upheld
  Last week two seemingly unrelated events attracted the attention of this writer. The first was...
The census and carpe diem The census and carpe diem
Photo: EPA Later this year the government will release more results from the 2014 census. We have already...

ED/OP

China and the politics of the back door China and the politics of the back door
A worker hangs a large Chinese national flag covering a local government...
Letter from Pazungtaung
Myanmar’s media landscape five years on Dear Friend, I write to you today from...
Making the most of a legacy Making the most of a legacy
Archive photo of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi posing under a portrait of her...
The menace from abroad The menace from abroad
Myanmar soldiers stand guard in front of the three statues of former...
Tainting Buddhism Tainting Buddhism
Photo: Lynn Bo Bo/EPA Friday January 16 wasn’t exactly a shining...

Culture | Life | Entertainment | Trave | Sports

Culture | Life | Entertainment | Trave | Sports

Myanmar to host Asian junior wrestling event Myanmar to host Asian junior wrestling event
Junior wrestling will take centre-stage in July in Nay Pyi Taw. Here...
An unexpected culinary option to savour in Hpa-an An unexpected culinary option to savour in Hpa-an
  Hpa-an Lodge is a welcome addition to the somewhat limited...
Head to Hpa-an: Soaring mountains, sacred caves and great detours Head to Hpa-an: Soaring mountains, sacred caves and great detours
  Like many of the weekend getaway spots that seem deceptively...
Pyay: Payas, pilgrims and Pyu civilisation ruins Pyay: Payas, pilgrims and Pyu civilisation ruins
    Unlike the ‘Road to Mandalay’ the ‘Road to...
The many faces of Yangon, revealed on Facebook The many faces of Yangon, revealed on Facebook
  A photographic project featuring the people of New York...