With increasing investment by US firms since easing of sanctions, Yangon comes under pressure to reform
Every day from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Soe Min Lwin takes orders, serves food and washes dishes at a tea shop in Myanmar’s biggest city, Yangon. Every night, he climbs onto a wooden table and falls asleep. He’s 12, and by earning just over a dollar a day, he is his family’s main breadwinner.
“When I don’t work,” he said softly, “sometimes [my family] is all right, … Read the rest