Aung San Suu Kyi says “absolute press freedom” in Burma remains elusive, at the launch of a foundation named in honor of the opposition leader.
One of Burma’s most celebrated artists, Win Pe, holds his first solo show back in Rangoon after living for 19 years in the United States.
A memorial in World War II’s Asia-Pacific theater marks a surprise attack by Japanese imperial forces that pulled America into the global conflict.
More than three dozen black-and-white and sepia-toned photographs now on display in Rangoon provide a glimpse into what Burma looked like three centuries ago.
An increase in Burma Army operations against ethnic rebels in northern Shan State has displaced over 3,000 Palaung civilians last year, a rights group reports.
Friendly, inquisitive, playful and outgoing, Burmese cats are one of the world’s most popular breeds, and now they’re heading back to their homeland.
Aung Soe Min has been encouraging Rangoon’s lovebirds to consider a less tradition gift to mark Valentine’s Day this year.
Burma’s main opposition party, the National League for Democracy, celebrated Union Day in Rangoon, and a traditional Shan dance competition was held at the event.
Lt Gen Yawd Serk, the departing chairman of the Restoration Council of Shan State and leader of the Shan State Army-South, spoke to Shan gathered at Loi Tai Leng to celebrate Shan State National Day.
Every five days, Inle Lake’s Nam Pan market draws area residents who gather to buy and sell everything from vegetables and traditional fabrics to haircuts.
A journey to the remote villages of Chin State reveals faces inked in tradition but struggling against the hardships of isolation, poverty and government neglect.
Traveling from Moreh in Northeast India to Tamu in Burma reveals little sign that the troubled, isolated border region is becoming a new India-Asean “gateway.”
A crowd of hundreds is treated to outlandish techniques in Burma’s first ever instrumental-only show in Myoma Parade Ground in the former capital.
A photography exhibition in Rangoon tells visual tale of some of the problems afflicting Burma today, from civil war and lawlessness to sectarian strife.
Images show everyday life in the state in western Burma that is renowned for being impoverished and cut off, and for its tattooed faces.
An undeveloped and largely rural area across the Rangoon River is an unlikely hit among tourists to Burma’s former capital.
In the Delta’s Nga Pu Taw Township, dozens of villagers have seen their land and homes disappear under muddy waste produced by pebble mining companies.
Tens of thousands of people turn out to support Aung San Suu Kyi on the last day of her tour to promote constitutional change.
The opposition leader arrives in Tedim Township and asks thousands of local people whether they support amendments to the controversial 2008 charter.
Burma’s leading student activist group and nearly 1,000 supporters urge the government to abolish and amend restrictive laws that make it difficult to organize protests.