Australian journalist and author Jessica Mudditt addresses the backlash she faced against her memoir “Our Home in Myanmar” – published right after the February 2021 coup: https://jessicamudditt.com/book/our-h… DVB Reads (Podcast)…
Burma’s artists explore the possibilities of creative life in the post-censorship age
Students from four universities in Rangoon gather for “Shakespeare Lives”, an event to celebrate the enduring legacy of Britain’s greatest playwright 400 years after his death.
A novel portraying the plight of civilians tormented by civil war in northern Burma wins ‘Best Novel’ category in this years’ national literature awards.
PEN Myanmar, the newly established Burmese chapter of an international writer’s rights alliance, has publicly condemned the Burmese authorities and religious extremists for harassment and restrictions on literary gatherings.
“What I want are people who understand why they want a united peaceful prosperous country,” the Burmese opposition leader told a packed room at the Mandalay Hill Resort.