YANGON - Suzi's family has practiced freedom of religion for decades, including Muslims, Buddhists, and now even a Christian.
"We have no problem with different faiths. You can take any religion you like," she said, as she helped her mother-in-law to read the Quran in the small apartment in central Yangon, the former capital and largest city of Myanmar.
Born of Muslim parents, Suzi followed the faith until she converted to Buddhism at age of 20, when she married.
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