This lo-fi, online drama became one of the most-watched series on streaming service GagaOOLala – known as ‘Asia’s gay Netflix’ – but it was filmed on iPhones by a crew of 5, often in a single setting such as a small flat
Aung San Suu Kyi tries to appease international critics by forming a panel to investigate the military’s alleged atrocities in Rakhine state. But nobody seems to be buying it ...
While impressing on State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi the need to keep things peaceful enough for its Belt and Road Initiative to move forward, Beijing is also an implicit backer of some of Myanmar’s most powerful militants.
Win Myint is known to be assertive and ambitious, but to rule with authority he will have to work against both Suu Kyi’s well-known micromanagement of her party members as well as the powerful military.
Piracy, paparazzi and other dangers on the high seas have led many of the wealthy to have a citadel installed on their superyacht, a room providing the ultimate protection.
Patricia Urquiola's unconventional designs not only capture the eyes but also the heart.