There was a table out on the side of the road in Pyay, and a man in a polo shirt was sitting on a chair. He was relaxing with his knees crossed, and when I looked at his fingers, I saw that he was holding something long and thin between his fingers. It was a cigar called Seboleik in Myanmar. He must have finished his work for the day. He was relaxing with a cup of coffee, elegantly puffing on his cigar.
Of course, cigarettes are sold here. However, they don't seem to be very popular, perhaps because of the high prices. There seemed to be more people blowing Seboleik and chewing tobacco called Kun. Both Seboleik and Kun are popular among both men and women, and I have even seen an older woman blowing a thick Seboleik.
|Oct 2010 MYANMAR PEOPLE|
|CIGAR COFFEE MAN MUG POLO SHIRT PYAY|
October 25, 2010
July 12, 2021
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