Burma - Kyle Adler
Rangoon's Inya Lake, site of the former military junta's brutal response to the 8888 uprisings and the Saffron Revolution, is now a peaceful place where young people picnic, make music, and go on dates.

Rangoon's Inya Lake, site of the former military junta's brutal response to the 8888 uprisings and the Saffron Revolution, is now a peaceful place where young people picnic, make music, and go on dates.

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