State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi leaves the election sub- commission office for Yangon's Southern District on August 4 after registering as a candidate for Kawhmu Township's lower house race. (Thuya Zaw | Frontier)
The eagerly-awaited release of the National League for Democracy’s candidates’ list contained few surprises, but as in 2015 there’s been controversy over who was nominated or rejected.
The eagerly-awaited release of the National League for Democracy’s candidates’ list contained few surprises, but as in 2015 there’s been controversy over who was nominated or rejected.
A television drama that extols the role of the Tatmadaw in Myanmar’s modern history is a failure of art and propaganda but provides insights into the psychology of the armed forces.
The Great Hor Kham Public Company is one of first companies to be listed on the Yangon Stock Exchange, which opened on December 9. The company, based at Muse in Shan State, was established on December 12, 2012, and its nine-member board of directors are all ethnic Shan who have been friends since university, said the company’s managing director, Sai Ohn Myint. Great Hor Kham Public Company has 500 shareholders. Frontier asked Sai Ohn Myint about his company’s activities and the decision to list on the stock market.

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