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Button up shirt made with Inlay cotton from Shan State. Designed in Myanmar.

“Is the power back? (Mi La Lar?)  This is a common expression in Myanmar (and it can double as a delicate jab at the ones responsible for the poor infrastructure causing such power outages). Get yourself a Mi La Lar tee shirt and support social power to women led-projects for Myanmar. We know women can…

Visit historic Bagan in your free time with this fun touring board game, featuring famous sites and activities in Bagan. Nothing beats the real place, but this game is a fun nostalgic trip down memory lane.

Bagan Journey was designed in Myanmar. This version of is in Burmese language (if you don’t read Burmese, you’ll need GoogleLens to help you play!).

“Bang Pots” represents Myanmar women’s resistance to dictatorship. Design by KueCool. 5 x 5 in Postcard    

Made in MaeSot using batik fabrics. These bunting strings contain 11 triangles of fabric. They measure just under 2 meters long.

These designs were hand-stitched onto soft Inlay Cotton.

Measures 40 cm x 40 cm.

Does not include pillow insert.

These designs were hand-stitched onto soft Inlay Cotton.

Measures 40 cm x 40 cm.

Does not include pillow insert.

These designs were hand-stitched onto soft Inlay Cotton.

Measures 40 cm x 40 cm.

Does not include pillow insert.

Kachin Woman Postcard 4×6 Design by KueCool

A6 Postcards on cardstock. Watercolor designs from a Myanmar artist.

This design was made for us by one of the women artists in our collective.
The full set includes 7 postcards depicting street markets, teashop culture, and several well-known sites in Myanmar.

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Our Longyi, Our Flag, Our Victory! Design by Kue Cool. This design was inspired by Myanmar’s International Women’s Day protests in 2021, when women raised their sarongs (htamein) as a sign of defiance against military dictatorship and patriarchal norms. 4×6 Postcard Available with English or Burmese slogans.  

Period Positive stickers by Thai activists.

HingHoy Noy is a Thai menstrual equity group that works to address taboos surrounding menstruation through visual storytelling. Follow them on Facebook here.

Art design by Phatchuchi.

Designed in Myanmar by one of our collective members. This bag is fully lined with an interior pocket and a zippered enclosure.

Designed and made in Myanmar by one of our collective members. Your purchase of these unique pins supports staff at this design and apparel company inside Myanmar! Price each: $1.50