Who were the Baptists and why are they important to Burmese history?
The borderland of Samut Sakhon province in Thailand has recently had a huge majority of its workers hailing from Myanmar.
How does Wa State, a polity ostensibly within Myanmar, thrive relatively peacefully, yet independently of the formal Myanmar State?
More than 800,000 Rohingya people have been forced from their homes and the country in which they were born by the Burmese military.
Who will win the November 8, 2020 elections in Myanmar and what is at stake in an NLD or USDP victory?
In this seminar, Richard Dagun (aka Takhun) talked on the impact of COVID-19 on SMEs, particularly as it relates to the tourism sector.
In this episode of Myanmar Musings, Regional Director, Dr Charlotte Galloway discusses the art of the ancient capital city Bagan, the Ananda temple, ongoing research, tourism and development there,
Nats are hugely powerful, influential spirit beings believed to inhabit the trees, towns and buildings of Myanmar.
In the annual Press Freedom episode of Myanmar Musings, journalists Tom Kean and Ben Dunant discuss how COVID-19 is the final "nail in the coffin" for traditional advertising-based media in Myanmar
In this edition of Myanmar Musings, Mike Dunford, PhD Candidate in Anthropology at the Australian National University, takes us on a whirlwind tour of all things tea leaf salad, a uniquely Myanmar