Comedian reflects on public suffering

Yangon - For many decades, Myanmar’s comedians have used their spaces, limited as they were, to reflect on the country’s political situation, personalities, and public sentiments.
It would be an exaggeration to say that comedians played a watchdog role on freedom of speech as it was by and large suppressed. But satiric shows of state mismanagement did come through – humorously and full of cynicism.

Singer Aung Yin to stage concert on October 22

A stage show titled "Aung Yin-32" will be held at the National Theatre in Yangon on October 22. Singer Aung Yin will be accompanied by the Evening Star Music Band at the show.

Zaw Paing, R-Zarni, Phyo Pyae Sone, Wai Su Khine Thein and Irene Zin Mar Myint will also perform at the concert, which is organised by Shwesin Entertainment.

VIP tickets cost Ks 50,000, and other tickets are sold for Ks 40,000, Ks 30,000, Ks 20,000 and Ks 10,000.

This is Aung Yin's second concert as a headliner. His first show was in March 2016.