While walking along the main street, I arrived at Junction City. This is the most fashionable shopping mall in Yangon. Many foreign brands have stores inside. I am not sure if I can call it a brand, but I found a Japanese ramen store, Ippudo, here as well. But aside from that, in the end, this place is like Ginza in Tokyo. The shopping mall was crowded with people on the weekend.
I stopped on the sidewalk in front of the building and watched the people flowing by. People kept crossing in front of me without interruption. After a while, I noticed a group of pink people. All of them had shaven heads and were wearing pink robes. These children are Buddhist nuns. They must have come here to beg for alms, because I could also see alms bowls. The downtown area must be a good place for begging for alms. Without walking around so much, it would be possible to get alms from many stores and many people efficiently. Well, I don't think it's a good idea to think about efficiency when practicing Buddhism.
|Aug 2019 MYANMAR PEOPLE|
|KASAYA NUN PINK SHAVEN HEAD YANGON|
August 29, 2019
November 7, 2023
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