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Arts
Writers Ma Thida, Nay Phone Latt, and Khin Mya Zin join moderator D.W. Gibson for a discussion of literature, the role of the writer, and freedom of expression at a time of rapid change in Myanmar.
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Two people cycle their way across the U Pain Bridge, built over 2000 years ago, in Mandalay, Myanmar on October 10, 2014. (Rajesh_India)
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The sunrises over pagodas scattered around Bagan, Myanmar on October 7, 2014. (Rajesh_India/Flickr)
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A man sets out early to fish in the waters of Inle Lake, Myanmar on June 19, 2014. (Lim Ashley/Flickr)
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White clouds, homes on stilts, and the vast blue sky are duplicated in Myanmar's reflective waters on June 18, 2014. (Lim Ashley/Flickr)
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Asia Society's Tom Nagorski reflects on a long-ago visit with Myanmar's indomitable opposition leader.
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Reuters reporters Jason Szep and Andrew R.C. Marshall were honored at an event that highlighted both the difficulties and rewards of long-form investigative reporting in Asia.
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"The implications of a vacuum of global leadership are enormous," says Eurasia Group president, Ian Bremmer. "It’s already playing out today."
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The Wall Street Journal's Preetika Rana and Jason Szep of Reuters talk about the time required to do quality on-the-ground investigative journalism.
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The Shwedagon Pagoda, also known as the Golden Pagoda, is a majestic landmark and continues to be a popular tourist destination in Yangon, Myanmar. (Eugene Phoen/Flickr)
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"Pent-up grievances are being unleashed," say Reuters journalists of the sectarian violence in Myanmar. For its coverage, Reuters won Asia Society's 2014 Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism in Asia.
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"We do not expect the situation for the Rohingya to improve," says an AP journalist who covered some of the most shocking sectarian conflict in Myanmar.