As I approached the intersection, I saw more and more people running stalls. The intersection is a place where a lot of people come and go, so it must be a good place to do business. While there are many people doing business, the goods sold at the stalls near the intersection are all very similar. In Yangon, many of the stalls sell fruit and snacks.
Two men also had a carrying pole on the ground and were selling fruits that they carried. In their baskets were longan, rambutan, and grapes. Longans and rambutans are fruits that are rarely seen in Japan. Even though there are many fruits for sale, there are many different kinds of fruits for sale.
The street vendors sitting by the wall was being talked to by a woman with an umbrella in her hand. Judging from the woman's stern face, it seemed that the two men were being berated by this woman. I couldn't make out what was being said, but the two men, fed up, turned their heads.
As I was watching this scene, another street vendor walked by. She was pushing a wagon full of tools of the business. I could see some plastic bowls inside, so I guessed that this woman was running a stall that served snacks. The woman looked curiously at the men being berated, but did not offer any help as she passed by.
|Nov 2018 MYANMAR PEOPLE|
|FRUIT GRAPE STREET VENDOR YANGON YOKE|
November 15, 2018
August 26, 2021
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