The military’s media bans, mass arrests and newsroom raids may have left newsstands barren, but professional and citizen journalists will continue recording the regime’s crimes.
With most internet access cut, one Frontier reporter struggles to keep their Ayeyarwady Region village informed while dictating stories to editors in Yangon by phone.
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A visit to the riverside slaughterhouses in Yangon’s Insein Township where pigs are butchered every night is an experience best avoided by the squeamish.
The fourth anniversary of the signing of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement should have been a happy occasion but instead brimmed with poignant reminders of the nation’s greatest tragedy.
Staff at the state railway enterprise say they lack the expertise to supervise the US$700 million Yoma Central project and need to bring in consultants to monitor the quality and cost of work.
While urban areas are plastered with colourful signs for Wave Money, KBZ Pay and other fintech services catering to consumers, mobile money might first take hold in the business-to-business sector.
While urban areas are plastered with colourful signs for fintech services catering to consumers, mobile money might first take hold in the business-to-business sector
Blockbuster political thriller Responsible Citizen has left audiences astounded at the lenience shown by the film censorship board, but its director is not expecting any prizes from the Myanmar Motion Picture Academy.
Low domestic production and strict controls on the import and distribution of opioid medicines has created a shortage of pain-killing drugs, forcing some to turn to the burgeoning black market for relief.