A new exhibition from Myanmar Times staff photographer Zarni Phyo documents the life of the Yangon river: a dangerous world of stark realities unknown to most inhabitants of the city or its neighbour township.
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For every hotel that sits in prime position among the palm trees, overlooking the white sands and aquamarine Bay of Bengal, there is more than likely a sad story of villagers being removed from their land – and it continues to happen.
The photographs depict scenes of spoiled landscapes and the hard life of the local people whose livelihood has been interrupted by the Myanmar-China natural gas pipeline.
Suu Myint Thein announced last week he will present a new performance art piece called “Ayeyarwady Cancer Therapy” to draw attention to the ways people disrespect the river.