Coming back to the railway station, I watched the people working in the station yard again. Contrast to the market, which was located beside the station, the station yard was bustling. I couldn't feel the languid atmosphere here. The vendors worked while making a lot of noise. What made me curious was that the station yard was much bustling than the market itself. Many vendors opened their shop in the platform. And some people did business just beside the railway track.
The woman in this photo also placed her baskets, which were filled with her goods, just beside the railway track. She sold Kun there. Because Kun was very popular in Myanmar, some people sold them in where many people gathered even though it was on the railway track.
March 19, 2019
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