Stories By Jack Board
110 Nov 2015 Tue
Myanmar's election was a step forward and should be celebrated, according to senior members of public policy group The Carter Centre, which observed the historic vote on Nov 8.
210 Nov 2015 Tue
The Myanmar election commission did a "good job overall", said the European Union team. A large majority - 95 per cent - of the more than 500 polling stations observed were rated good or very good.
310 Nov 2015 Tue
More than 30 million people in Myanmar went to the ballot box to vote in a landmark general election. Channel NewsAsia looks at the faces of the ethnically-diverse nation.
408 Nov 2015 Sun
Voting in Mon state is seen as a critical test for ethnic political strength against the might and influence of Myanmar's two national parties.
508 Nov 2015 Sun
The Salween River is the lifeblood of eastern Myanmar, but an extensive network of dam projects could endanger the waterway and the people who rely on it. It is expected to pose a major challenge for whichever party forms the government after Sunday's general election.
608 Nov 2015 Sun
This is the country’s first general election since 2010, when the current government came into power in a vote that was criticised by Western governments as being neither free nor fair.
707 Nov 2015 Sat
On Myanmar's cooling-off day, people across Kayin turned their focus to their 60th State Day in colourful fashion which they observed in colourful fashion.
806 Nov 2015 Fri
EXCLUSIVE: Senior members of the Democratic Karen Benevolent Army (DKBA) confirm that a strategic Thai-Myanmar border crossing will not be closed due to the upcoming general elections.
905 Nov 2015 Thu
While Aung San Suu Kyi is pushing to lead Myanmar into the future, in Mon state, east of Yangon, one party is fighting specifically for women and fielding only female candidates in Sunday's elections.
1004 Nov 2015 Wed
Hein Lin Htet, a Union Election Commission (UEC) official, says he is expecting about 500 domestic political observers to be present, and they will ensure that the election process is free and fair.