Thursday May 16
Moving from dictatorship, Burma enjoys newspaper boom
RANGOON, Burma - Thomas Tun, a retired government official, takes a daily stroll down his Rangoon street to buy up to five newspapers from a sidewalk vendor.
Election fever grips Myanmar, 2 years ahead of time
Myanmar's next national elections - more than two years away - are already preoccupying the country's leaders and the opposition.
411 Movies Roundtable 05.01.13: Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, More
I should note that a few titles had their release dates changed this month. I was able to catch After Earth's last minute move, but not The Purge , which is coming out in the beginning of June.
Michelle Yeoh Criticized Over Her Political Views in Malaysia
Bloggers urge the Malaysia-born former Bond girl "not to become a traitor" and question her knowledge of everyday life in the country.
Myanmar unrest tests iconic status of Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi's refusal to condemn attacks on Muslims in Myanmar has dimmed the Nobel laureate's lustre among global rights campaigners, but observers say her reticence will do her no harm with voters.