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Street artists have been getting creative. Photo: Hong Sar/Mizzima
Friday, December 11 2015

Graffiti is a perfect art form for Myanmar. It’s quick and cheap, yet it can be seen by thousands of people daily. It can be many things at once – beautiful, political or mysteriously private, depending on the artist.

Kuwait's 9-0 win over Myanmar in FIFA World Cup qualifying, taken in Doha, Qatar on 3 September 2015. (Image courtesy of Myanmar Football Federation)
Saturday, September 5 2015

Record scorelines left fans cringing and coaches looking over their shoulders on Friday after an avalanche of goals cruelly ...

Thursday, July 23 2015

The chief executive of MySQUAR Eric Schaer, says the Myanmar-focused social media group is aiming for 2 million users in the country ...

Thursday, June 18 2015

An openly gay man who is the subject of a new documentary in Myanmar on Wednesday welcomed its inclusion in an ongoing ...

Friday, May 29 2015

Next month will be the biggest in Myanmar’s football history, according to an AP report in the Washington Times, on 28 May.

Thursday, March 5 2015

National Geographic Traveler magazine has revealed its picks for the best destinations to visit in 2015, which this year include the Mergui or Myeik Archipelago in southern Myanmar.

On the Road to Mandalay - A classic car hurtles along a dust road on the Singapore to Myanmar classic car enthusiasts' rally. Photo: Endurance Rally Association
Thursday, February 26 2015

The Singapore to Myanmar classic car rally arrived at the final destination of Bagan after a grueling but enjoyable 24 days on the road, according to the organizers on February 24.

Member of the Myanmar Wushu team in action at the 27th SEA Games hosted by Myanmar in 2013. Photo: Mizzima
Saturday, February 21 2015

Myanmar Wushu gold medalists from Mandalay have been selected to take joint training in China, reports Xinhua on February 19.

Friday, February 20 2015

Singapore has announced its inten- tion to hold the largest “extravaganza”; its National Stadium has ever seen when it hosts the opening ceremony of the 28th Southeast Asian Games on June 5. About 7,000 athletes from the 11 members of ASEAN are expected to compete in the games that will run until June 16 and coincide with Singapore’s 2015 celebrations of its 50th year as an independent city state.


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