Professional and amateur chinlone players gather at Rangoon’s Armenian Church to play the traditional Burmese sport as part of the Yangon Art and Heritage Festival.
Artist Muu Muu’s latest exhibition, set to open in Pyin Oo Lwin this weekend, captures vignettes of daily life in the hill resort town.
Exiled Kachin singer and democracy activist Mun Awng has played in Rangoon for the first time in more than 25 years.
The public gets to see works of art on display at private residences and galleries in downtown Rangoon as part of a citywide heritage festival.
An exhibition by the celebrated Burmese artist Lun Gywe and his wife Lun Mya Mya opens to the public, featuring 75 impressionist-style paintings.
With nearby security forces nearby, members of Burma’s music community have performed for student protesters barricaded in Letpadan.
Overgrown and located on a beautiful Shan hillside, a late 19th century British war cemetery is a place of serenity but also of sad neglect.
Students gather in Rangoon and Mandalay to protest a violent police crackdown on activists who were supporting students in the commercial capital’s downtown heart.
As the war in Kachin State continues deep into its fourth year, displaced children in Shwe Zet camp near Myitkyina capture images of daily life.
The deadline looms for nearly 200 student activists corralled outside a monastery in Bago Division, as solidarity marches spring up in Burma’s major cities.
Police in Letpadan prevented students from restarting their march to Rangoon on Monday morning, forcing student protesters into negotiations with Pegu Division authorities.
A month-long festival celebrating culture and heritage kicked off in Rangoon on Sunday, with city-wide events showcasing the architecture, food, craftsmanship and people of Burma’s former capital.
Thousands of ethnic Lisu from Shan and Kachin states and Mandalay Division travel to Mogok to celebrate the minority group’s 50th New Year’s gathering.
The slum next to Rangoon’s Thiri Myaing railway station is home to a diverse community of market workers, laborers and government employees from across Burma.
An annual oxen cart race coincides with celebrations marking Gen. Aung San’s centennial birthday, bringing bets and boisterous onlookers to a village south of Rangoon.
Tens of thousands of civilians who fled fighting between the Burma Army and Kokang rebels in northeast Burma find themselves scattered and grieving.
Throngs of ethnic Chinese worshippers pour into Rangoon’s Kheng Hock Keong Temple to celebrate the beginning of a new year in the Chinese lunar calendar.
On the eve of Chinese New Year, costumed troupes go door to door in Rangoon, visiting homes and dancing for residents to bring good fortune.
Some 4,500 civilians flee from the Kokang region in northern Shan State to Lashio to escape fierce fighting between the Burma army and Kokang rebels.
Adoring crowds turned out at the birthplace of the late General Aung San on Friday to mark the 100th anniversary of his birth.