Before his official visit to China on Tuesday, the Speaker of the Union Parliament, Shwe Mann, said China’s help and investment is essential for Burma’s reform process.
For the first time in more than 40 years, students in Burma will soon be able to learn their ethnic languages in government-run schools
Young people in Burma are having a hard time finding jobs. Despite a wave of political and economic reforms over the last two years, young people are still not seeing[…]
Filmmakers in Burma are slowly producing movies again, in a country once under strict military rule and government censorship. Since the quasi-civilian government started to introduce sweeping reforms, there has[…]
At the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Naypyidaw on Thursday, Union Minister Soe Thane said scaling back the military’s stronghold in parliament would be a gradual process.