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Sitting Yangon?

  In fact, ancient Yangon resembles New York City and is surrounded by long riverbanks. The two rivers that surround the city are truly iconic for transportation and business.   Colonial-era Yangon Strand Road is full of 19th- and early-20th-century artifacts, along with the once-famous Yangon Port. Especially in the western and southwestern parts of Yangon, these ports are connected by a good rail system to allow goods to flow throughout the country. Such richness is now a thing of the past, and it is being replaced by ruined people, goods, and wreckage. Since the good times of Yangon, with the economic growth, Indian and Chinese tribes have been Yangon's economic drivers and still live in the heart of the city. Along with this famous port of Yangon, the Chinatown of Chinese tribes is still an integral part of Rangoon. The two town like a Latha and Lanmadaw townships are part of Yangon, where most Chinese live. Especially Latha Road and 19th Street; the area around 20th Street

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