Did the Myanmar Times editor admit to producing propaganda?

Myanmar Times editor and executive director Kavi Chongkittavorn recently explained his job in a way that made it sound a little bit like he’s in the business of producing...

Sharky’s frozen pizzas have arrived

Pizza lovers rejoice! Sharky’s now stocks frozen pizzas, meaning you no...

Sharky’s frozen pizzas have arrived

Myanmar’s 89 political prisoners are victims of ‘systematic persecution’

Myanmar prisons are holding 89 political prisoners as of the end of July, the...

Myanmar’s 89 political prisoners are victims of ‘systematic persecution’

Myanmar football team gets $50,000 prize for beating Singapore

 Myanmar’s Under-23 White Angels smashed Singapore’s Young Lions in the...

Myanmar football team gets $50,000 prize for beating Singapore

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