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In Myanmar, an underground collective of 30 poets are spreading their protest verse online
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.
Greece's conservative government has announced plans to reopen a former royal estate outside Athens for eco-friendly visits and a possible springboard for a range of farming products.
The political environment in Thailand is a factor shaping this artist's work.
Sometimes, how and when you are first introduced to an author’s works matter. Young adult fiction works by Isabel Allende influenced the columnist's opinion of Allende's great work, 'The House Of The Spirits' when she read it as an adult.
More female motortaxi drivers are choosing to brave the risky traffic-logged roads of Bangkok and discrimination for the flexible work schedule, which allows them ownership over their lives.
Just like Boracay in the Philippines, the ailing Thai beach – Maya Bay – has closed its doors to tourists in a bid to restore the place to its beautiful state once again.
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,
Two coffee shops in Yangon are offering animal lovers a chance to escape the monsoon as the global pet cafe craze sweeps into the rapidly changing city.
Chinese demand for edible bird’s nest has seen the industry soar in Myanmar.