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Last updated: September 4, 2012 2:09 p.m.
Views from Burma
Associated Press photos | Alexander F. Yuan
A young monk walks to collect food offered by families near his monastery while a dog strays on a street in Yangon, Myanmar, on Tuesday.
Young monks write passages of classic Buddhist literature during dictation under the supervision of an older monk at Kyikekaloh Monastery in Yangon on Monday.
A rooster and a stray dog at a banana market in Yangon on Tuesday.
A girl walks with an umbrella on her way to school while two younger children play in a slum area of Yangon on Monday.