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Once Covid-19 has been sufficiently tamed with stiff arms and stout hearts, attention will turn once again to travel and, for so many, an all too familiar leitmotif has re-emerged – the continuing tragedy of Myanmar.
Italian artist's new street art series aims at raising awareness from institutions and politicians about domestic violence against women worldwide.
Charmaine Craig reveals how her new book, about a beauty queen of Karen ethnicity who becomes a political revolutionary with a price on her head, is based on her mother,
Rohingya Muslims are once more fleeing in droves into Bangladesh, trying to escape the latest surge in violence in Rakhine state between a shadowy militant group and Myanmar’s military.
An anti-princess book written with good intentions that falls short in the variety of women featured.
Why does a peaceful, loving religion have monks in Myanmar preaching hatred and fear against Muslims there? Unfortunately, that’s what happens when politics enters the mix.
These birds are a proud symbol of Myanmar’s culture but they are dying off in the wild.
Actress talks about what she loves most about Malaysia.
The author makes her readers laugh at the sheer absurdity that is modern life.
'Long-necked’ Kayan women want to leave Thailand where they work in 'human zoos' and return to Myanmar to earn a living.