Many tables were placed on the edge of the street which I walked. The tables were stalls. Seemingly, most of the street vendors did sewn products manufacturing because a sewing machine was placed on every table. I thought the atmosphere was similar to the streets in Nepal. Myanmar is also a low-labor-cost country. Therefore, the labor-intensive job still works out in this country.
The man in this photo was one of the persons who worked with a sewing machine. When I came to him, he was just manipulating his machine. The machine pulley was spinning swiftly. And he got centered on what he did. During I focused on him, the machine sewed fast. So he didn't have time to cast an eye on the foreign traveler.
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September 3, 2019
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