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11. news | 14 Dec 2013
» NAY PYI TAW, Myanmar - Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana finished 10th out of 12 competitors in the equestrian individual dressage event at the 27th SEA Games on Saturday.
12. business | 26 Nov 2013
FOOD & RESTAURANTS
» NAY PYI TAW - Unilever Food Solutions (UFS), one of the world's top food service providers, aims to build its reputation at the 27th SEA Games 2013 in Myanmar.
13. learning | 17 Dec 2013
» Kittaya Patarawadee shows off her 200m Butterfly gold medal, one of 59 golds (now 64) won by the Thais so far. 110 golds remains the overall goal for the 27th SEA Games.
14. news | 25 Nov 2013
» Kawin Thamasatchanan, Thailand's first-choice goalkeeper, was yesterday named in the 20-man squad for the upcoming SEA Games in Myanmar, despite doubts over his fitness.
15. news | 07 Nov 2013
» Thailand will meet hosts Myanmar and Indonesia in the group stage of the football tournament at the SEA Games in December.
16. learning | 12 Dec 2013
SEA Games opening ceremony
» Myanmar staged a colourful opening ceremony for the Southeast Asian Games Wednesday and Bangkok Post photographer Patipat Janthong was there.
17. lifestyle | 12 Dec 2013
PICTURE OF THE DAY
Newspaper section: Life
» Workers head along a flag-festooned avenue in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital of Myanmar, where the 27th SEA Games are now taking place. It has been 44 years since Myanmar last hosted the games in 1969. This year they run until...
18. news | 29 Nov 2013
» Myanmar is "100%" ready for the Southeast Asian Games, a senior official said Friday, as the clock ticked down to the biggest sports event in the nation's troubled history.
19. news | 02 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» It has been 44 years since Myanmar last hosted the SEA Games. As preparations move into the home stretch for Southeast Asia’s biggest sporting event, some may question whether the newly emerging country is up to the chal...
20. news | 11 Dec 2013
» Myanmar officially welcomes thousands of athletes on Wednesday for the Southeast Asian Games, an event billed as a coming-out party for the former pariah nation emerging from decades of international isolation.