Stories By May Wong
123 Jul 2016 Sat
Expectations are high on what she will say at the meeting in Vientiane, Laos, but some are advising her to take this moment to get acquainted with ASEAN's processes first.
214 Jul 2016 Thu
The Chief Minister of Yangon Region is striving to develop Myanmar's largest city into one with modern systems and standards in place.
310 Jul 2016 Sun
The protest on Sunday is one of many which the nationalists, who say they fear the Rohingyas will be encouraged to take over Rakhine state, have threatened to continue to organise if the government does not change their terminology.
408 Jul 2016 Fri
Analysts Channel NewsAsia spoke with commended Aung San Suu Kyi's government for its efforts to improve law and order and security, but some say it has fallen short in other areas.
506 Jul 2016 Wed
Change was what Myanmar citizens voted for when they overwhelmingly supported Aung San Suu Kyi as the new leader for the country in the general elections last November. Channel NewsAsia finds out what changes Ms Suu Kyi and her team have brought to the people so far.
628 Jun 2016 Tue
Some civil organisations in Myanmar believe the Muslim holy month of Ramadan is an opportune time to encourage citizens to discuss and participate in inter-religious programmes.
728 Jun 2016 Tue
Some hope by learning more about Islam, they might be able to promote better understanding and counter extremist views.
819 Jun 2016 Sun
Female activists, civil organisations and the government seek an end to a trend which saw more than 100 sexual assault cases in armed conflict areas between 2011 and 2013.
909 Jun 2016 Thu
Myanmar needs to make up for lost time and develop not just its policies but the team leading the country, to bring it forward in a united way, says Prime Minister Lee.
1009 Jun 2016 Thu
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says he himself has tested the system from the beginning of the year - he currently uses two separate systems, one for official emails only and one for surfing the Internet.