The prodigy comes of age

Since her foray into the film industry years ago as a child actress, Warso Moe Oo, now 20, has certainly come of age. The buzz around her is tangible. She’s won kudos for her multiple film roles, fashion and musical voice. Putting child stardom behind her, the actress has managed to hit the headlines once again by debuting in the music industry. She tells the Myanmar Eleven about her forthcoming first album and priorities in life.

Tribute album celebrates Aung San’s birth centenary

Bo Bo Music Production has released a tribute album to Gen (Bogyoke) Aung San to celebrate his birth centenary and legacy."The tribute songs to Bogyoke that were added to last year's Art of Freedom Film and Music Festival didn't reach the public as we had intended. As the centennial of his birth falls on this year, we're going to release the award-winning songs and six other songs on the shortlist from a music contest.

Myanmar’s king of laughs

With his extensive background as a noted “anyeint” (a comedic show combining jokes, music and dance) comedian, A Yine has appeared in countless entertaining capers as one of the most sought-after comedic actors for many years. In "Ko Tint Doe' Super Yatkwat" (“The Super Ward of Ko Tint”), the veteran actor takes on  the lead role as Ko Tint, a famous character in a popular comic book series of the same name that is being adapted for the big screen.