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Photo of the Day: Biking Through Mandalay

Two people cycle their way across the U Pain Bridge, built over 2000 years ago, in Mandalay, Myanmar on October 10, 2014. (Rajesh_India/Flickr)
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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/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: Sunrise Over Holy Peaks in Myanmar

The sunrises over pagodas scattered around Bagan, Myanmar on October 7, 2014. (Rajesh_India/Flickr)
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The sunrises over pagodas scattered around Bagan, Myanmar on October 7, 2014. (Rajesh_India/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: A Hard Day's Work on the Water in Myanmar

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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A man sets out early to fish in the waters of Inle Lake, Myanmar on June 19, 2014. (Lim Ashley/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: Elevated Homes on Reflective Waters in Myanmar

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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White clouds, homes on stilts, and the vast blue sky are duplicated in Myanmar's reflective waters on June 18, 2014. (Lim Ashley/Flickr)

Remembering Burma, and Suu Kyi, a Quarter-Century Later

Aung San Suu Kyi addresses a gathering of supporters at her residential compound in Yangon, Burma on January 4, 1997. (David Van Der Veen/AFP/Getty Images)
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Asia Society's Tom Nagorski reflects on a long-ago visit with Myanmar's indomitable opposition leader. "Even the greatest icons of dissent," he writes, "often face difficulties when the post-dissent life comes, with all its messy reality."

Reporting from Asia, 'Oz Prize' Winners, Finalists Overcame Multiple Challenges

L to R: Steven Greenhouse of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal reporter Preetika Rana, Jason Szep of Reuters, and New Yorker columnist Ken Auletta at Asia Society New York on June 18, 2014. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
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Reuters reporters Jason Szep and Andrew R.C. Marshall were honored at an event that highlighted both the difficulties and the rewards of long-form investigative reporting in Asia.

Interview: Ian Bremmer on Asia's Place in a 'G-Zero World'

Eurasia Group president and founder Ian Bremmer.
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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." In-person appearance at Asia Society New York on June 24.

Photo of the Day: The Golden Pagoda in Myanmar

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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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)

Interview: Covering the Plight of Myanmar's 'Stateless' and 'Vulnerable' Rohingya

Rohingya women wait to be treated outside a clinic in the Dar Paing refugee camp on May 6, 2014 in Sittwe, Myanmar. (Andre Malerba/Getty Images)
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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.

Interview: AP's Dogged Reporting Challenges 'Good-News Narrative' in Myanmar

Roshida Moud, 12, is held by his father as the latter explains that his son was hit in the head with a stone during the Rakhine violence in 2012, in Sittwe, Myanmar, on May 6, 2014. (Andre Malerba/Getty Images)
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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. "In fact, things will probably continue to get worse."