ArtHop by Nandar Aung
Over the past few years residents and regular visitors to Yangon have witnessed the slow but steady transformation of some of the city’s back alleys from dingy, rubbish-strewn and mosquito-infested spaces, into vibrant children’s playgrounds and photo locations for adults.
Closed and dirty parks have also been transformed into recreational places for both the young and the old alike.
Thanks to the Yangon regional government’s openness to cooperating with international and local non-government organisations, the city is slowly becoming a hive of activity for both local and international events, once again becoming a fun city it used to be as.
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Article posted on 03 December 2018