I am Sai Htin Linn Htet, a street photographer from Myanmar/Burma who wake up and end each day with the thought of street photography. The concept of street photography is still fairly new for Myanmar people and yet, I could not stop wandering, getting lost and observing the streets with the sense of curiosity. Whenever the name of our country is brought up, many are already familiar with the exotic photographic side of the country such as the golden pagodas, Bagan, monks, Inle Lake among many others. These candid photographs are the other unusual perspective of Myanmar from the vision of someone who was born and bred here.
About Sai Htin Linn Htet
Sai Htin Linn Htet was born in Shan State, Myanmar in 1991. He is a street/documentary photographer who educates people about peace building. His own photographic work has focused on many subjects from covering migration, peacebuilding, human rights, animal rights pluralism issues and the aftermath of war.
He has been providing Peace Education Courses to politicians, civil society organizations, activists and youths from all over the country with the desire of motivating people to involve in peacebuilding process of Myanmar.
His vision is to integrate his peacebuilding and photography expertise to resolve ongoing multidimensional conflicts of Myanmar.
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