Being pushed out of the laziness, I climbed the stairway and came to the corridor upstairs. A passageway stretched below my eyes. It was drizzling and the ground was wet. I saw some people walking with an umbrella. Same as Japanese people, the local people put an umbrella soon when it started to rain. It seemed to be common to have the own umbrella here. The students I met just before also had their own umbrella.
Different from the neighboring countries, India and Bangladesh, the umbrella was common here. One of the reasons was that they were enough cheap for the locals. It was said many cheap Chinese-made umbrellas came into Myanmar. Besides, Burmese people seemed not to think it was troublesome to carry an umbrella during going out.
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June 19, 2019
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