Moe Myint May Thu has mastered 15 dishes, including tomato fish paste curry and spicy fried frog.
The truck was launched a month ago by a group of entrepreneurs in Yangon, Myanmar's biggest city, who are targeting clients concerned about being indoors or in a public place, where infection risks are higher.
In the posts he criticised the military’s political role and Myanmar’s 2008 constitution, which was drawn up by the former ruling junta and which civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi is attempting to amend
A prominent Myanmar journalist accused of defaming a hardline nationalist monk dubbed the “Buddhist Bin Laden” has had the case against him dropped, his lawyer said.
Thousands of protesters marched to a police office in the north of Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Saturday, demanding speedy and transparent justice in a child-rape case that has sparked
The fact-finding mission to Myanmar, set up by the Human Rights Council, last year branded the army operations in 2017 as "genocide" and called for the prosecution of top generals, including army chief Min Aung Hlaing.
Jailed Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been pardoned in five criminal cases, though she still faces 14 others, state media said on Tuesday. The announcement was part of an amnesty of more than 7,000 prisoners to mark Buddhist Lent.
The junta has been battling anti-coup "People's Defence Force" (PDF) militias, as well as long-established ethnic rebel armies that control large areas of territory close to the country's borders.
The military rulers of Myanmar after moving deposed pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from a prison to a government guest house in the new capital, Naypyitaw have announced pardon for six of her alleged crimes, which would result in lessening the 33-year prison sentence by six years. The military’s spokesperson, Zaw Min