Mohinga Talks: The Rise of Myanmar Fire Service Department

A comedian joked; “Epic fire broke out, fire fighters arrived in time……. to witness the ashes”. People laughed. Because it was totally relatable. Or they thought it was. Similar scene as above had happened quite frequently during the previous decades when Myanmar was still under the military junta. At that time, everything in general was … Continue reading Mohinga Talks: The Rise of Myanmar Fire Service Department

A Complete Guide to Working from Home During A Pandemic (Handy Every 100 Years)

It has not been easy for everybody in 2020. Since the beginning of the year, COVID-19 has taken the earth by the collar and shaken it until it eventually sneezes out a good chunk of her population. While the medical staffs and the authorities are trying their best to contain the virus across the globe, … Continue reading A Complete Guide to Working from Home During A Pandemic (Handy Every 100 Years)

52 Types of People Who Think They Are Better Than You

Time from time, we come across lovely messages sent by our loyal readers from all over the world. (A little exaggerating you might think but it’s true; we have roughly about 23 regular readers around the Globe) Among the messages that we received, one caught our attention. This email said some people here in Myanmar … Continue reading 52 Types of People Who Think They Are Better Than You

Myanmar Trivia: For politicians & Non-politicians

We all love internet quizzes and half-ass IQ tests, don’t we? We must because that’s how we helped build BuzzFeed to become nearly one billion dollar company today. Drooling over similar potential fortune and wealth, we at Mohinga Matters come up with some interesting questions/ problems for our readers who are bored enough to click … Continue reading Myanmar Trivia: For politicians & Non-politicians

Mohinga Talks: Power Outages in Myanmar with Allen Himes of Indigo Energy

If you have ever lived in any part of Myanmar for more than six months, you have encountered power outages somewhat frequently. Under the Military Junta, we could not really (read: literally) complain about power problems, or anything at all. We considered electricity a privilege back then and a few hour of black outs were … Continue reading Mohinga Talks: Power Outages in Myanmar with Allen Himes of Indigo Energy