A boycott campaign that has sent sales of military-owned beers plummeting has created shortages of rival products, with breweries unable to meet demand and facing a shortage of cans.
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A boycott campaign that has sent sales of military-owned beers plummeting has created shortages of rival products, with breweries unable to meet demand and facing a shortage of cans.
A monk who campaigns to save forests features in an exhibition hosted by WWF to coincide with a report on the benefits of preserving Myanmar’s rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Statue-making is one of the traditional arts and crafts known as the Ten Flowers, but it is struggling to survive amid a decline in the number of artisans.

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