Shot in the city of Yangon, Myanmar.
In the course of walking a wide street, I came to Junction City, which was the most fashionable shopping mall in Yangon. Many foreign-capitalized brands opened their store there. It was a weekend and the mall was crowded with local people. I stopped on the sidewalk in front of it and watched the flow of the pedestrians. They passed by me without interruption.
In the meantime, I found a pink group among the people wandering back and forth. All of them were shaven-headed and wore a pink Kasaya. These girls were Buddhist nuns. Because they had own alms bowl, they came here to ask for alms. The city center might be a nice place to ask for alms. Many shops were there and many people were also there. It could be easy to receive alms in an efficient way in the bustling area.