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It's a scene familiar to pop idols around the world: throngs of teenage girls press forward under the neon glow of the stage lights, shrieking in unison as the object of their adulation makes his grand entrance. But Sai Sai Kham Leng, the pretty-boy
Thailand's Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal has urged his Burmese counterpart to speed up the US$12-billion Tasang hydroelectric dam project as part of Thailand's target to buy 10,000 megawatts of electricity from the neighbouring country.
Why must we constantly fear the supernatural when there's so much real stuff to fear? Take, for example, the many smart, dangerous groups of animals who escaped from their laboratory environments and now roam free. Perhaps they're just enjoying their
Foreign and Burmese female lawmakers gathered last week in Naypyidaw to discuss the role of women in politics. The Irrawaddy reporter Kyaw Hsu Mon about being one of only 20 women in the 659-seats of both the upper and lower houses. Question: It's
The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 04 2013, 5:21 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 04 2013, 5:21 PM EDT Tin Tun picked all night through teetering heaps of rubble to find the palm-sized lump of jade he now holds in his hand...Last year I found
After more than two decades relying mainly on donors to fund its reporting and broadcasting, the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), a leading Burmese news outlet, has announced that it will turn to a commercial business model as donor funding dries up.
Tin Tun picked all night through teetering heaps of rubble to find the palm-sized lump of jade he now holds in his hand...But rare finds by small-time prospectors like Tin Tun pale next to the staggering wealth extracted on an industrial scale by
The Associated Press The Associated Press 34 minutes ago Associated Press Federal wildlife officials alarmed by an infestation of Burmese pythons in the Florida Everglades have tried radio tracking collars, a massive public hunt and even snake-
Western countries levied against Myanmar through the 1990s and 2000s, the military government had little choice but to turn to China. China, with its deep pockets and a strategic focus on the periphery, was more than happy to invest in the isolated
Burma's Central Bank chairman confirmed recent claims that the government holds billions of dollars of foreign reserves in overseas bank accounts. He said on Friday that a total US $7.6 billion was kept offshore by Burmese state-owned and private