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In the April 2015 print edition of The Irrawaddy magazine…

Student Protests: Following the violent crackdown at Letpadan, our cover package weighs the potential political fallout and examines the historical significance of student movements in Myanmar

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FEATURES

Lashio Works to Build Trust

Two years after communal clashes in the northern town, an interfaith group is rebuilding relations

Precious Dreams

Deposits are thinning, but Mogok valley miners still hope to unearth that one giant gem

Crafting a Better Life

A small enterprise is busting barriers for people living with a disability

OPINION

Viewpoint: Rhetoric around the brotherly bond between Myanmar and China masks recurrent tensions

People: Singer Sone Thin Par on advancing women’s rights

BUSINESS

Fame Pharmaceuticals founder Dr. Khin Maung Lwin on expanding the natural medicines market

Antique furniture enjoys a renaissance

Yoma gets go-ahead for downtown hotel development; Kyaukphyu bid result delayed, again

LIFESTYLE

Destinations: The 150-year-old Min Hla fort marks the dying days of the last royal dynasty

Culture: Women puppeteers taking center stage

Restaurant: Mouthwatering curries at Bawarchi Indian restaurant

Books: The human stories behind many of Yangon’s beautiful but neglected old buildings; writer Khin Myo Chit celebrated

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