Entrepreneur buys unused oBike and Ofo bicycles to donate to poor children in Myanmar

When bicycle-sharing company oBike pulled out of Singapore abruptly last year, leaving the city with unattended bicycles rusting away in parks and public spaces, Myanmar entrepreneur Mike Than Tun Win saw the perfect opportunity to turn trash into treasure. “What if these bicycles could be distributed to poor students in villages so they can cycle […]

Big future for bicycles in Yangon

After being employed at a new job for eight months in an office in Tamwe, Yangon, Ko Tin Htoo Aung decided to buy an e-bike. “I bought it because I thought it would be much better than riding on crowded buses,” he said about his decision to spend of K250,000 (US$163) on his electric bicycle. […]