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A Story about Livelihood and Society in Yangon

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19th Street, Chinatown Yangon in the Morning Hours

 

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Afternoon Shot

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Evening Shot

This is a story that touched my Heart as Yangon unfolded itself and showed me how People and communities coexisted. The Three Pictures are shot on the same street in Chinatown where Three Categories of Businesses thrive together in one single day. During the morning hours, the Street is a busy vegetable and meat market which lasts till 11 am. Afternoon is reserved for parking for the various establishments and shops and by Evening the same street transforms into a Food Street giving business opportunity for the third group of entrepreneurs.

College memories...my favorite Khasi food Rice with dai, phansdhei (potato curry), dohshine (meat balls), dohjem (pork intestine), dohsnieng (pork curry), slamulli (radish leaves) turumbai (fermented soybean chutney) at mylliem village

Meghalaya – Abode of the Clouds

College memories...my favorite Khasi food Rice with dai, phansdhei (potato curry), dohshine (meat balls), dohjem (pork intestine), dohsnieng (pork curry), slamulli (radish leaves) turumbai (fermented soybean chutney) at mylliem village

College memories…my favorite Khasi food Rice with dai, phansdhei (potato curry), dohshine (meat balls), dohjem (pork intestine), dohsnieng (pork curry), slamulli (radish leaves) turumbai (fermented soybean chutney) at mylliem village

Hard working Local Populace of Meghalaya

Hard working Local Populace of Meghalaya

Mud Festival at Mima

Mud Festival at Mima

Mud Festival at Mima

In the southern Angami Village of Mima, Every year Mud festival is celebrate to mark the transplanting of Rice to the main Paddy fields. In this event, near and dear ones gather to play in the mud and also work in the field and help in planting the rice saplings.

Photo credit: Vibeizo Khamo