https://flic.kr/p/rm4tum | Kids in Myanmar | Boys rummage through garbage washed up near the fish market in Sittwe, Myanmar. In Myanmar children have a rough life, many kids drop out of school to work and make money for their families. Kids who have great potential miss out on education to survive. Despite these kids' poor situation, one of the boys in the corner was still smiling happily when he looked up and saw me taking photos.  www.thefotonomad.com/blog/

https://flic.kr/p/rm4tum | Kids in Myanmar | Boys rummage through garbage washed up near the fish market in Sittwe, Myanmar. In Myanmar children have a rough life, many kids drop out of school to work and make money for their families. Kids who have great potential miss out on education to survive. Despite these kids' poor situation, one of the boys in the corner was still smiling happily when he looked up and saw me taking photos. www.thefotonomad.com/blog/

sittwe | approaching sittwe | Ehrhard Peter | Flickr

sittwe | approaching sittwe | Ehrhard Peter | Flickr

After a night on the water, squid fishermen take a break—sometimes with chai, black tea brewed with milk—at the Sittwe open-air market.

Gentl & Hyers share their photos of Burma's food, hotels, ancient temples, and pristine beaches.

Long beans, peppers, and cucumbers at the outdoor market in Sittwe.

Photos of Burma's Temples, Beaches, Monks and Food

Inspired from nature - long beans, peppers, and cucumbers at the outdoor market in Sittwe.

Aircraft contrails in the sky over  Lawkananda Pagoda in Sittwe, Myanmar.

Temples are wonderful places for exploring. Whether they are ancient ruins or an active place of worship with vibrant colors and smells, you can't go wrong visiting any of these temples.

At an open-air market in Sittwe. Burmese food is influenced by Chinese, Thai, and Indian flavors. (Don’t miss the national breakfast, _mohinga: _rice noodles in fish soup infused with ginger and turmeric.)

At an open-air market in Sittwe. Burmese food is influenced by Chinese, Thai, and Indian flavors. (Don’t miss the national breakfast, mohinga: rice noodles in fish soup infused with ginger and turmeric.

Kaladan river, Sittwe, Mrauk U, Myanmar, Burma, Rakhine

Kaladan river, Sittwe, Mrauk U, Myanmar, Burma, Rakhine

Claims that atrocities were staged, along with stark hate speech against Rohingya Muslims, are blaring out from social media and official statements.

Across Myanmar, Denial of Ethnic Cleansing and Loathing of Rohingya

Claims that atrocities were staged, along with stark hate speech against Rohingya Muslims, are blaring out from social media and official statements.

Myanmar / Burma. A voyage to Myanmar / Burma, Asia - Yangon, Mandalay, Naypyidaw, Mawlamyaing, Bago, Pathein, Monywa, Meiktila, Sittwe, Mergui...  http://traveladventureeverywhere.blogspot.com/2012/09/a-voyage-to-myanmar-burma-asia-yangon.html

Myanmar / Burma. A voyage to Myanmar / Burma, Asia - Yangon, Mandalay, Naypyidaw, Mawlamyaing, Bago, Pathein, Monywa, Meiktila, Sittwe, Mergui... http://traveladventureeverywhere.blogspot.com/2012/09/a-voyage-to-myanmar-burma-asia-yangon.html

Monastery Tower, Sittwe, Myanmar | by Eric Lafforgue

Monastery Tower, Sittwe, Myanmar | by Eric Lafforgue

Boy seling spices and vegetables at the main market in Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar.

Boy selling spices and vegetables at the main market in Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar By John Sheer

Suu Kyi urges people not to quarrel on visit to Rakhine   Suu Kyi has pledged to allow the return of refugees who can prove they were residents of Myanmar but thousands of people have continued to flee to Bangladesh.  Myanmars de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at Sittwe airport in the state of Rakhine November 2 2017. REUTERS/Stringer  SITTWE: Myanmars de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday urged people not to quarrel as she visited Rakhine State for the first time since a…

Suu Kyi urges people not to quarrel on visit to Rakhine Suu Kyi has pledged to allow the return of refugees who can prove they were residents of Myanmar but thousands of people have continued to flee to Bangladesh. Myanmars de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at Sittwe airport in the state of Rakhine November 2 2017. REUTERS/Stringer SITTWE: Myanmars de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday urged people not to quarrel as she visited Rakhine State for the first time since a…

FOW 24 NEWS: Rohingya Crisis: Myanmar's Suu Kyi Visits Troubled...

FOW 24 NEWS: Rohingya Crisis: Myanmar's Suu Kyi Visits Troubled...

SITTWE, MYANMAR 6/5/2015 | A 12-year-old Rohingya girl held her undernourished brother in a squalid camp. Persecution forced thousands of Rohingya to flee the country. (Photo: Tomas Munita for The New York Times)

The Year in Pictures 2015

SITTWE, MYANMAR A Rohingya girl held her undernourished brother in a squalid camp. Persecution forced thousands of Rohingya to flee the country. Tomas Munita for The New York Times

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