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  • Yes, your pictures of Myanmar are pretty. But these are prettier

    Yes, your pictures of Myanmar are pretty. But these are prettier
    About 25 years ago, when lifelong Californian David Heath was in the early stages of a career in business, he stepped into a client’s office, sat down and saw behind the client a big, strange, beautiful photo: the plains of Bagan, dotted with ancient temples. Burma.
  • Goldman Environmental Prize honors anti-dam campaign in Myanmar

    Goldman Environmental Prize honors anti-dam campaign in Myanmar
    Myint Zaw knew his underground campaign against a huge government-backed hydroelectric project was succeeding when he climbed into a taxi late one night and the driver recognized his voice through the shadows. "You're the man from the 'Save the...

    Myanmar high-level meeting political talks consider reforms

    Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi held talks with Myanmar's top political and military leaders in what a government spokesman described as a "successful meeting," but there was no sign the participants bridged their differences on political reforms ahead...

    Number of slaves found on Indonesian island at almost 550

    The number of enslaved fishermen found on a remote Indonesian island has now reached nearly 550, after a fact-finding team returned for a single day to make sure no one had been left behind nearly a week after more than half of the men were removed in a...

    Myanmar press freedom: Unprecedented but still subject to pressures

    It was a scene wholly unimaginable just a few years ago when this country was under strict military rule and its press subject to overwhelming controls: The ballroom of one of this city’s fanciest hotels, filled with journalists from around the...