When more than 70,000 people gathered under the majestic Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon on Sunday, it was unlike anything Myanmar had experienced in many years. This was not a demonstration or a protest, but a groundbreaking pop and rock showcase in the People's Park that would prove a milestone in the country's history.
American singer/songwriter Jason Mraz performing in front of Shwedagon Pagoda last Sunday.
Invited by MTV Exit (End Exploitation and Trafficking), a media group that campaigns against human trafficking, I was among the reporters from across Asia to witness the history-making gig.
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