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In the March 2015 print edition of The Irrawaddy magazine…

Saving Yangon: The clock is ticking on efforts to protect the commercial capital’s rich historical heritage and ensure a beautiful, livable city for the future

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FEATURES

Kokang: The Backstory

The site of fierce recent fighting, the Kokang region has a history of warlordism and drug production

On a Mission: Destruction of Opium

In the remote mountains of northern Shan State, an ethnic armed group is taking on the drug trade

Being Bamar

A reflection on identity, and on some of its costs

OPINION

In Person: Pu No Than Kap offers a Chin perspective on peace-building

Viewpoint: How will relations evolve between Myanmar and its giant neighbor?

BUSINESS

The managing director of Sai Khun Naung Real Estate Co. on Yangon’s booming property market

Low labor costs may attract foreign investors, but firms must consider reputational risks

Chinese firm to boost local rice industry; Shell inks exploration deal

LIFESTYLE

Destinations: A laid-back atmosphere and stunning beaches are among the charms of Dawei

Conservation: Low-lying southern forests are all that stands between a rare bird and extinction

Restaurant: Spicy cocktails, tasty fare and blood-red décor at The Blind Tiger

Books: The mother of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was a major influence on her daughter’s life

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