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Burmese Light: Impressions of the Golden Land (Burma - Myanmar)

by Tom Vater

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 962856370X, Flexibound)

Burmese Light: Impressions of the Golden Land (Burma - Myanmar) is a photographic introduction to Burma or Myanmar, as the country is currently called, the mysterious land behind the Bamboo Curtain. Stunning images by award-winning photographer Hans Kemp, paired with an insightful text by well-known author Tom Vater, take the reader on a journey through a fascinating country slowly but steadily emerging from a long period of involuntarily isolation. The 208-page book features all the country's famous sights, its colorful people and its multitude of customs, and leaves the reader with only one wish: to pay a visit to this amazing Golden Land.

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