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Monday, July 6 2015

Myanmar’s most popular sport, soccer, glues tens of millions of people to their television sets or their computer monitors worldwide with ...

Thursday, June 18 2015

Ancient monks and kings and warriors etched symbols on their skin to announce status or ethnic identity.

Monday, June 8 2015

The discovery of ancient Myanmar ceramic-making techniques, thought to have disappeared more than 1,000 years ago, ...

Tuesday, May 26 2015

Call it social responsibility. Famous Myanmar singer Ma Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein appears to be taking a different tack with ...

Wednesday, May 6 2015

They zoom past you in a blur. They leap and dance skywards, defying gravity. They bend over, backwards, like contortionists in a circus fair. 

Monday, April 6 2015

Yangon’s Thuwunna Sports Ground, built in 1985, was the largest in Myanmar until 2013. It is also a youth training centre. 

Lahu New Year in Kyaington, Shan State 2015. Photo: Ariana Zarleen
Friday, April 3 2015

In the mountains of eastern Shan State, the Lahu are among the many ethnic groups who continue their traditional farming ...

"My destination was Putao, in the eastern foothills of the Himalayas about 220km by air from the Kachin State capital, Myitkyina." Photo: Nyininsan. Photo of novice by Dietmar Temps
Friday, April 3 2015

Nearly every visitor to Thailand knows the “Golden Triangle” region, where the borders of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand meet.

JAM IT! - Yangon's new open musical scene. Photo: Mizzima
Thursday, March 26 2015

A year ago, residents of villages near Yangon’s Tharkayta Bridge called the police when a group of punk rockers arrived at a warehouse.

Monday, March 16 2015

Near the top of the Dawparkho mountain range in Kayin State, at the end of a road that runs east from Taungoo is Thandaung Gyi, one of the less well known of the hill stations established during British colonial rule.

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