Monday, June 27, 2011

[kl-bogel] Myanmar people. Part 2

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A new series of photos of Myanmar. The monks, street soccer, a provincial school, a black gang and a mad passion for football.

The young novice in a convent take an examination in the city of Bago. In Myanmar 500 000 monks of the 54 million population. The truth of the beginning of the service they are called novices, and only close to twenty years become monks. If you want to.

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When I was a job I was doing about the same thing as this man, only on the computer. So that if anything - I know where to go.



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Grimy stokers transport fuel in Yangon.



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The layout of street food in Yangon. The cost of meals - 1,000 of sensitive nuclear technologies, it is a little more than a dollar. In taste Burmese cuisine essentially loses to other countries in the region.





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People relax in one of the Shwedagon Paya temple in, in Yangon.






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Shwedagon Paya, Yangon.




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Novices, girls wear pink clothes, boys - burgundy.




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Shwedagon Paya in Yangon just incredible. This is not an incomparable religious structure. World-class tourist attraction on a par with the Taj Mahal or Petra. Only not so unwound, and in Myanmar is not so easy to get. The height of gilded Shwedagon stupa is 98 meters. Just for the sake of this one object is to arrive in Myanmar, but there is also Bagan, Inle Lake, Amarapura and many other interesting places.






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Buddhist prayers in one of the smaller temples around the Shwedagon Paya.






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City bus in Yangon. Price passage 100 of sensitive nuclear technologies (10 cents). In Myanmar, their numbers, so to determine the number of the desired bus is impossible. The only option - ask the people whether it wherever you want.





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Across the country, anywhere, anytime and anywhere young people stuffs and folds to each other a small wicker ball. The most chic is pass the ball heel. Girls in the game do not take.




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Monk-adventurer in the Sule Paya. Under the guise of an enlightened adept acquainted with Mr. White, is rubbed into their confidence, and tells of the Pagoda, Buddhism and daily life of ordinary workers. At the end of a session requires two dollars as a charitable contribution.





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Novices take an exam. This is one of the most recent. Losers, I guess.





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The lesson of his native language in the Burmese school in Bago.






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More complicated version of a ball game - to throw it through a stretched mesh of rules foot-volleya. Please note the entourage. This is a very poor quarter on the outskirts of Bago. Very authentic and eerie place.






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Villagers somewhere between Calavi and Inle Lake.






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At the time of the track to the lake Inle Calawah. Such carriages ply there almost continuously.





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A boy herding buffalo in the vicinity of Lake Inle. Buffaloes saved from a 30-degree heat, and really want to be in their place.






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Collecting firewood near the mountain town of Qala.





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In Myanmar, love football. People wake up alarm clock at three o'clock in the morning to look at tishope (cafe) matches of the Champions League. Also very popular English Premier League. This makeshift station at the bus station in Yangon. People look funny episodes from the cutting of the football matches. For example, how the freak ran naked onto the field and he was arrested by the police.


People, Myanmar. Part 1

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