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Htay Htay Win tracks down memories of her jockey grandfather, Thein Pe of the Rangoon Turf Club.
< 1 minute Tea Circle will take a break over Thingyan. As we all prepare to welcome Thagya Min to earth and wait to find out whether he will write our names in Read the full article…
Architectural Guide Yangon by Ben Bansal, Elliott Fox and Manuel Oka, DOM Publishers, Berlin, 2015, 399 pages.
5 Minutes To Read Reshmi Banerjee loses herself in the Architectural Guide Yangon.
2 Minutes To Read Apologies for the late posting to Tea Circle, but there’s still time to apply!
6 Minutes To Read Joanna Dolińska reviews the challenges associated with interpreting and translating in Myanmar.
Myanmar’s Mountain and Maritime Borderscapes – Local Practices, Boundary-Making and Figured Worlds edited by Su-Ann Oh, ISEAS Publishing, Singapore, 2016, 398 pages.
8 Minutes To Read Reshmi Banerjee reviews Su-Ann Oh’s edited volume on Myanmar’s “borderscapes.”
8 Minutes To Read The text that follows is the second post in our Forum on Myanmar’s Waterways. To respond to this piece or contribute a new submission, please email email@example.com. The beautiful sunset over the delta mesmerizes Read the full article…
9 Minutes To Read Marion Sabrié considers different views on Myanmar’s iconic river.
Daughters of the Sakyamuni: Reflections on Struggles to Legally Exist as Female Buddhist Practitioners in Thailand and Myanmar
11 Minutes To Read Phacharaphorn Phanomvan reflects on the role of female Buddhist practitioners in Buddhist societies. In December 2014, I flew to Thailand to receive pabbajjā (ceremony to ‘go forth’ as novice monk) and Read the full article…
5 Minutes To Read Diana Huynh explores the possibilities for Yangon’s future development.