Miles of smiles lit up shabby Rangoon Monday during a visit by President Barack Obama, a striking contrast to the wrenching, dark years under a xenophobic junta.
US President Barack Obama (R) kisses Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi after making a speech at her residence in Yangon. Miles of smiles lit up shabby Yangon Monday during a visit by Obama, a striking contrast to the wrenching, dark years under a xenophobic junta.
"Mr Obama we (heart) you, you are the legend hero of our world," read one huge banner, held up by one of the tens of thousands who lined miles of roadways as the US president paid a historic visit.
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