The main part of the platform in the Da Nyin Gone station was covered by the roof. Yet most of the places where the vendors did business were open-air. The sun was strong here. So the vendors working under the sun usually took preventive action. One of the easy ways was to wear a hat, which was similar to the Vietnamese hat called Nón lá. So many vendors working outside wore a hat. Another way was to set big parasol and to work under it.
Therefore, many parasols were open in the station yard. I didn't know the reason why the parasols had the same color combination of colors. And the combination made them like a beach umbrella because it was a common color scheme used to the beach umbrellas in Japan. When I stood on the railway track, I saw a parasol at the end of the railroad.
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March 26, 2019
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