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Photo Essay : Fallacious Constitution by Thu Rein

Photo Essay : Fallacious Constitution / မှားယွင်းသောဖွဲ့စည်းပုံအခြေခံဥပဒေ © Thu ReinText by Thu Rein For many years, citizens have known that the state of the country is unaltered. Life conditions are worse than those people who might not even call the grassroots. Homelessness is also growing. […]

Photo Essay : My Insomnia by Soe Than Htike

Photo Essay : My Insomnia© Soe Than Htike လူ့ဘဝကြီးဆိုတာ မွေးဖွားခြင်း၊ ရှင်သန်ခြင်း၊ သေဆုံးခြင်းတွေနဲ့ တည်ဆောက်ထားတဲ့ လောကကြီးပါ။ မွေးဖွားလာကြရတဲ့ နေရာတွေ မတူကွဲပြားပေမယ့် မွေးဖွားခြင်းရဲ့ အဓိပ္ပါယ်ကတော့ အတူူတူပါပဲ။ မွေးဖွား လာခဲ့ကြပေမယ့် ရှင်သန်ခွင့်ခြင်း မတူကွဲပြားစွာရှိကြပေမယ့်လည်း ရှင်သန်ခြင်းရဲ့ အဓိပ္ပါယ်ဖွင့်ဆိုမှုကတော့ အားလုံးအတူတူပါပဲ။ အချို့အချို့သော ဘဝတွေဟာ မွေးဖွားလာခဲ့ကြပေမယ့် ရွေးချယ်ခွင့်ကို ပျောက်ဆုံးစေခဲ့တဲ့ ရှင်သန်မှုမျိုးနဲ့ ပေါ့။ ဒီအရာတွေကို ထာဝရ ဘုရားရှင်က ဖန်ဆင်းထားတာလား။ ဒီအရာတွေကို လူသားတွေကဘဲ ဝေဖန်ဆုံးဖြတ် ရွေးချယ်ဖန်တီးခွင့်မရှိခဲ့ကြတာလား။ အတွေးတွေချာချာလည်ရင်း လူဟာ လူပီသ […]

Photo Essay: 5-Day-Market in Taunggyi © Saw Yan Naing

Photo Essay: 5-Day-Market in Taunggyi © Saw Yan Naing The market is called “5-Day-Market” held in Taunggyi. The local people rotate between 5 different locations over a 5-day-period including Nyaung Shwe, Heho, Taunggyi, Mine Thauk, Shwe Nyaung. But these are just 5 main locations. 5-day-market […]

Photo Essay: The Faces Through Windows © Aung Zaw Myo

Photo Essay: The Faces Through Windows © Aung Zaw Myo The water festival, this is the time everybody has good vibes, every religion, every race, elderly to kid went out to play with water. Against the vibrant music loudspeakers on the stage and joy from […]

Photo Essay: Guardian of Drunkards and Gamblers © Aung Zaw Myo, Bo Gyi, Moe Myint San, & Thar Nge Most people in Myanmar say there is nothing to believe and worship to, except Buddha, but there are some people who believe in Nats, spirits. According […]

Photo Essay: Ashura Yangon © Moe Myint San

Photo Essay: Ashura Yangon© Moe Myint San Yom Ashura or Ashura (Arabic: عاشوراء‎ ʻĀshūrā’) is the tenth day of Muḥarram, the first month in the Islamic calendar.[3] For the majority of Shia Muslims Ashura marks the climax of the Remembrance of Muharram,[3] and commemorates the death of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, at the Battle […]

Photo Essay: Holi Mandalay  © Bo Gyi Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is celebrated predominantly in India and Nepal but has also spread to other areas of Asia and parts of the Western world through the diaspora […]

Photo Essay: Living Colours © Chan Nyein Aung As a saying “Life is like a box of crayons”, we are living in a colourful world. Some will be able to appreciate it and some may not, regardless colours do play a great part in the […]