Our weekly newsletter spotlights 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize winner Myint Zaw from Myanmar.
Learn about Buddhist culture in Myanmar in this wonderful documentary film.
Me N Ma Girls are Burma’s first all-singing, all-dancing, all-girl group formerly known as Tiger Girls.
The 2015 Bookshelf Spotlight kicks off with a two-week series highlighting new releases from the University of Hawaiʻi Press. Check back next week for more!
This week we feature a member of the Burmese hard rock band Iron Cross who also has a prolific solo career.
This week we feature historical tales of passion for sports, music, and loved ones during times of war in Myanmar.
Phyu Phyu Kyaw Thein is known for her electric performances prompting critics to hail her as the Lady Gaga of Myanmar.
We are featuring books on everyday forms of resistance, inspired by James C. Scott's work, in Southeast Asia this week.
Terminally Haunted: Aviation Ghosts, Hybrid Buddhist Practices, and Disaster Aversion Strategies Amongst Airport Workers in Myanmar and Thailand on 12/06.
This week we have a collection of reflective contemporary writing and photography on life, culture, and politics in Myanmar.