Monday, August 21, 2017

The swelling of censorship

From politically sensitive content to nude scenes, censors still operate in Myanmar.

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‘Xcape Squad’ strikes a chord with local adventurers

All over the world older generations bemoan the increasing amount of time youth spend staring at screens; either scrolling through social media or watching series online.

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The sound of the monsoon

A local orchestra to play two ‘seasons’ in one day as part of free monsoon concert

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A tale of contrasts in ‘In Mind’

Local sculptors Kyaw Kyaw Lwin and Kyaw San Linn contrast hard with soft, hot with cold and traditional with modern through the use of a range of materials and subjects in their latest joint exhibition “In Mind.”

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Malaysia plays the ASEAN card

Myanmar should follow suit (and get visas).

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Poor show at Sorabol

Not much excitement in The Land of the Morning Calm’s Yangon kitchen.

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Picturing the hero

The exhibition “Aung San Be Still Alive” kicks off on Martyr’s day.

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Acheik for all

Designer Mogoke Pauk Pauk  brings traditional acheik dresses to the greater number.

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Winning hearts and likes

A Burmese actress stages a comeback thanks to social media.

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Go up, but not in flames

Myanmar does not lack spark, but it should make sure it is well-equipped to deal with fire.

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