In 2013, archivist Lukas Birk launched the Myanmar Photo Archive – a treasure trove of shots from the famously private Southeast Asian nation.
A group of Christian activists are taking drastic action to tackle the country’s pervasive drug problem – but are their methods doing more harm than good?
In Myanmar, hundreds of Rohingya people are being raped, tortured, and killed in reported military attacks. Now, London protesters are calling for intervention.
Despite its strict laws against public partying, Myanmar’s youth take to the streets once a year for the Thingyan Spirit Water Festival – a free-for-all gathering of water, music and dance.
As dictatorship declines, filmmakers James Holman and Ali Drummond go back to Yangon, documenting the community built around its DIY skatepark.
Myanmar is a country divided by religious conflict, but a group of altruistic rebels are refusing to give into fear of ‘the other’.
Documentary photographer Geoffrey Hiller publishes photo book exploring the newly democratic Myanmar.