21 June 2013

Editing Burma

Finally got some time to start editing the work from last month's trip to Myanmar/Burma. Should have a gallery online in the next couple of days.

Below, in central Yangon, a Buddhist monk looks through Buddhist Nationalist propaganda DVDs at stall marked with a sticker emblazoned with 969, the logo that has come to represent Myanmar's anti-Muslim movement.

Taxis, buses, shop fronts and street stalls across the country display what some consider a symbol of Buddhist extremism that sees Burma's Muslim community as a threat to the country and its dominant religion.



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