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Picturing Burma’s people

By , posted on: May 22, 2015
Dejan Petrovic visited Burma 6 months ago and captured his impressions on camera. His pictures give a great impression of some of Burma’s people, their work, their habits and daily life in general. He didn’t only take pictures, but made sure he knew who he was taking pictures of, so make sure to read the captions for context.   The life on the shores of Irrawaddy “I always lived in a city on the river (Danube), Novi Sad, Belgrade and […] » read more

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Hsipaw Haw – Abode of the Tragic Shan Prince

By , posted on: September 14, 2012
During my last trip to Burma in June, I went up to Lashio, northern Shan State, and decided to stop in en route at Hsipaw to visit the residence of famed Shan Prince Sao Kya Seng. Otherwise known as East Haw, the house is surrounded by a large compound and guarded by tall tamarind trees. Yet when we arrived the place seemed deserted – the gate was locked and all was quiet. After bellowing for a short time, a young […] » read more

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