Helping Hands is a local social enterprise project which aims to help Yangon’s street kids and the unemployed by giving them skills and employment in restoring furniture.
The project started in 2009 with just a few people and now it has grown to involve fifty workers, each with their own d
As the Yangon restaurant landscape continues to expand, I was hoping to find something different that stands out from the rest — and got lucky that Healthy Me Salad and Coffee Bar opposite Ruby Mart at the corner of Bogyoke Aung San Street and Pansodan Road provided exactly change I was looking foRead More
Since every man needs a perfect suit for all kinds of events, ceremonies and business meetings — and since Yangon’s tailoring tradition is not terribly popular among young people who seem to prefer off-the-shelf garments — ‘Scott & Co’ is developing a niche in tailoring forRead More
Jaggery, which is a brown-colored block harvested from toddy palm juice, is a traditional dessert served after lunch and dinner to help digestion. Nowadays, some local restaurants still offer jaggery after a meal but most people have forgotten the traditional sweet.
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