If you ask the Burmese, which country they don’t like, they say Myanmar.
If you ask tourists which country in Asia they like best, it’s Myanmar.
Yangon: Steaming hot streets, fumes evaporating from every building and taxis too many to count. Everything pushes its way through the old narrow streets of Yangon’s Chinatown. Walking past some cycle rickshaws that carry their human load one forward and the other backward facing. Chinese style rickshaws maybe, narrow, efficient and the perfect vehicle for the old roads, lined with parked trucks and garbage deposits. The smell and the fumes create a polluted brain; there is no escape from the intensity of people and their creations.
In the morning, the fog – mostly created by burned garbage – is lifting slowly, dissolved by the morning breeze and the sun. The curtain opens for another day in this new melting pot of foreign interest and opportunity.
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