‘One Stone Can Change Our Lives’: In Myanmar’s Deadly Jade Mines, Desperate Miners Are Forced to Gamble With Their Lives
For the informal miners struggling to pull themselves out of poverty, the risks, no matter how bad, are worth it.
Myanmar Military Abuses and 'Indiscriminate' Airstrikes Are Plaguing Conflict-Torn Areas, Amnesty Says
“Until now I have no news about my husband, and I'm devastated."
Despite public shows of support for the movement for racial justice taking place around the world, some corporations have been complicit in racial violence in the world's most populous continent.
The government of Aung San Suu Kyi ordered telecoms companies to shut down mobile internet coverage in two states. That was a year ago.
"Sending them back out to sea is just throwing them into a killing field."
Seriously, who ever thinks ‘We should have sex here’ when they visit a temple in the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bagan?
"Today’s decision sends a message to Myanmar’s senior officials: The world will not tolerate their atrocities."
Khin Cham Myae Thu, aka Gloria Judo, has no time for discrimination.
After watching Jean-Claude Van Damme action films at the local video hall, he vowed that one day, he too would be ripped like the Belgian martial arts actor.
The alleged failure by the US embassy and a UN agency to prevent abuses reflects systemic gaps in safeguarding mechanisms, that are common within local nonprofits in the developing world.
Ice sculptor Art Hongpong used America's state-of-the-art technology to sculpt for the likes of Will Smith and Bill Clinton. But what happens when his masterpiece melts?
These families will do anything to prevent their children from being recruited by the country’s rebel groups.