Half a millennium after the Portuguese first set foot in Myanmar, their legacy lives on in a remote corner of the country’s north.
One of Myanmar’s top property developers outlines the challenges facing his industry, and discusses how to turn Yangon into a city of homeowners.
New gas-fired power plants in the country’s largest city raise hopes that Burma’s annual hot-season power drought will soon be a thing of the past.
In the internal struggle over who’s in charge of ending a decade-old insurgency in Thailand’s south, the powerful army appears to be losing out.
As Myanmar gears up for this year’s Thingyan festivities, some lament that traditional celebrations are being drowned out by raucous revelry.
A peculiar little museum in a remote corner of eastern Myanmar’s Shan State shows how to eradicate drugs—and erase history.
New movie tells the story of a former British Army officer who was one of thousands forced by Japan to build the Thailand-Burma “Death Railway.”