Soon after coming rolling in the station, the train stopped. And a car window came just in front of me standing on the edge of the platform. The window was open and a boy wearing a watery polo shirt stood on the other side of the window. He put his hands on the window pane and watched the scenery outside. In the meantime, he saw me holding my camera when the train stopped at the station. He seemed to be surprised at being focused suddenly. He kept looking at my gear without saying a word.
By the way, a destination board was made under the window. Yet it didn't show the destination but it showed a Japanese advertisement because the car was a Japanese-made second-hand car. I wondered how many people could understand what was written in Yangon.
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February 13, 2019
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