Have Dogs, Will Travel

The dogs, Locke and Ronan, are stepbrothers banded together on their mission to explore the world. Rhodesian Ridgeback Ronan prefers to spend his time pondering and looking mean while white-speckled Locke is the more playful of the two who tends to get into trouble often. Along with their humans—Rob and Chelsea—the family of four are … Read more

MOOC coup

Can Massive Open Online Courses’ revolutionize higher education and challenge traditional campuses? Oozing from a primordial jelly in 2011, expanding and replicating across the globe… No, not the latest exotic flu, it’s MOOCs, those curious online courses proliferating so swiftly that 35 million students registered for them in 2015, more than double the number that … Read more

The Reggio Emilia Approach

Oi speaks with Ms. Trang Nguyễn, the founder of Aurora International Preschool of The Arts, about the Reggio Emilia Approach and what’s important in education today Can you tell us a bit about yourself and why you opened Aurora? I graduated from the Pedagogy Ho Chi Minh City University and RMIT Vietnam. While I have … Read more

A Matter of Principal

Soon to celebrate its one-year anniversary, Oi speaks to Founder and Principal of Anne Hill International School about her students, teachers and expansion plans for the future Since Anne Hill International School’s (AHI) opening last year, have there been any new developments or expansions to the facilities? New developments are ongoing, as we are constantly … Read more

Life Onboard the Anawrahta

River cruising can be a leisurely, luxurious yet surprisingly efficient means to travel, especially in a country like Myanmar, where road infrastructure is lacking and where many of the sights are conveniently located close to the riverbanks. It also means unpacking just once, and paying one price up front for almost everything on the cruise: … Read more

The End of Strife

Looking for answers to Myanmar’s future in Yangon Known as “Queen Of The East” in the 1880s, Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, has always held promise. Seeing its potential, 19th century colonist and writer Sir George Scott predicted that Yangon’s trade would outstrip that of Calcutta and rival the most celebrated American cities. On a muggy … Read more