Shot in the city of Yangon, Myanmar.
Walked the wide street in the city center. Many automobiles came and went. And many human-powered vehicles ran along with the automobiles. The cars were still expensive for ordinary people. So motorbikes became popular under ordinary circumstances like other Southeastern countries, for example, Thailand and Vietnam. Yet there were no motorcycles in the city center because it was prohibited by the law. Therefore, the human-powered vehicle including pedicabs had still a big role to play in Yangon.
The man in this photo also used a bicycle to carry the big burdens. Some big boxes were put on the sidecar, which was attached to the side of the vehicle. They seemed so heavy. And the man was pedaling strongly while putting a strained expression on his face.