“Soe Nay Lynn”, “Vignette” “Pay Pay* at Phoe Htoo Teashop” & “The sky and its two stars”
A slow Sunday afternoon in Yangon is shattered by the sound of gunshots.
Citizenship in Myanmar is a complex tangle of rules – ‘only’ 135 ‘national ethnicities’ can ever be granted full rights.
When Aung San Suu Kyi stopped supporting US sanctions against Myanmar, it changed everything.
In Myanmar’s borderland conflict zones, promises of peace, a cease-fire, and renewed military action are wearily familiar.
Thant Myint-U, Yangon-based writer, historian and heritage conservationist, says he writes ‘with an eye to what the past might say about the present.’
You Need to Apologise to the People is in Burmese, written by a Burmese, about Burmese people, written as a collection of interviews.
The soul of Yangon reposes in buildings built at the sunrise hours of the twentieth century by British, Indian, and Chinese settler-traders.
Aung San Suu Kyi – who needs friends when a whole country is in love with you?
The latest in verse from around the Mekong region.