Burma’s former military dictator Than Shwe no longer plays a role in the country’s politics, but is instead devoting his retirement days to religious activities, says deputy-chairman Htay Oo.
Women in Chin State are rejecting an ancient custom of female facial tattoos.
On the second episode of DVB’s Doh Pyay Doh Myay Roadshow, the team explores a mountain cave in Karenni State, feared by locals to be haunted.
Many of those on board are thought to be Rohingya Muslims.
DVB Debate’s first all-female panel dissect the elements in Burmese law and society which contribute to the problem of sexual violence and gender discrimination.