LIFESTYLE

How to Navigate Earth Hour 2024 (+13 Digital Detox Ideas)

“Computers were all outside the body. They carried them around outside of them, in their hands, like if you carried ...

Sustainable and inclusive dolls for a new barbie world

The Barbie brand's most important component today is diversity. The cultural consciousness regarding racial diversity and representation changed in the ...

IDEAS TO DESIGN SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING FOR VALENTINE’S DAY AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS

As the year begins, it is a good time to examine the impact of sustainability on the packaging of the ...
Fast Fashion and its Dark Side

Fast Fashion and its Dark Side

The term ‘fast fashion’ was first used when Zara landed in New York at the beginning of the 1990s. It ...

The Cost of Living Crisis Costing the UK’s Mental Health

By Chelsie Lee Rattigan After recently recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are entering a new crisis, the cost-of-living crisis ...

“Glad I can hide under a face mask”: Post-pandemic Social Anxiety as We Resume to Face-To-Face Classes and Ways to Manage It

By Mariane Gabrielle C. Cagalawan At the beginning of the pandemic, wearing a face mask felt like a burden. But ...

The Splendid Pearl of the Silk Road: Now and Future of Tourism in Kashgar

By Ge Qu, Ziming Cheng and Yunya Lin " Xinjiang is a great place, not coming to Kashgar means you ...

Yangon Youth taking action to shift the choking air situation in Myanmar

By: Zaw Win Htet   The Earth is heating up, but that’s not the only matter – it is also ...

From weight loss journey to sustainable lifestyle story

By: Amulya Shrestha I was overweight since childhood due to a health condition and while I was doing my Bachelor’s ...

Art in ASEAN Part 1: How art can impact lives and inspire hope in the new normal

By: Hein Thu Soe & Pam Viriyataveekul Despite hardships and questions like, ‘Is art essential?’ artists continue to show the ...

How I Create Impact Without Leaving My Home

By: Marc Adrian Aguilar Before the Pandemic Long before the pandemic, all I cared about were academics and co-curricular activities ...

How to Define Values through Art: Featuring an Initiative from Myanmar

By: Phoo Pwint Mar Lar Thein Most Artists believe in their ability to create or support meaningful, positive change in ...

The Unfunny Side of the Meme Culture

By: Punkhuri Kumar Most of us spend hours scrolling through our Facebook and Instagram feeds, looking at memes and sharing ...

Why Social Media Literacy Matters in Tackling Life Changing Issues in Myanmar?

By: Nan Hat Shang Kham “Despite many projects concerning digital media literacy provided by international organizations like “United Nations Education, ...

India’s Pink Force Fighting COVID-19

By: Samyuktha Sethuraman While India is scrambling its way out of the covid-19 pandemic these past few months, a “force” ...

Nay Kyar Khin Khin: Walking in Heels and Working in PPE

By: Hein Min Aung A young woman is spraying a bus from Yangon Region Transport Authority with disinfectant to help ...

Stories from my closet: How I switch to a sustainable fashion lifestyle

By: Shweta Acharya A friend of mine once invited me to an event where they sold second-hand clothes. The idea ...

Sustainable Solutions in Nepal’s Everyday Life

By: Phurba Chheten Pradhan I was born in Khumjung, a Sherpa village located in the Khumbu sub region of the ...

12 Social Entrepreneurs and Influencers Who Showed To Have Faith In Humanity During the Decade of 2010 – 2019

By:  Marfoah Tenkorang, Phyo Su Moe Social entrepreneurs and influencers are special people with unique qualities we find so fascinating ...

Why We Need to Talk About The Impact of Flood in Myanmar’s Agriculture Sector

By: Thinn Nay Chi Sun   The agriculture sector is Myanmar’s main industry producing 23% of the country’s gross domestic ...