Earth Hour – What we can learn from Myanmar about switching off

In Myanmar, they’ve been switched off for 50 years. It makes for a slower pace of life and a more crafty approach to manufacturing. Don’t let’s talk about productivity though…

A business center

A business center

A call center

A call center

A taxi in the suburbs

A taxi in the suburbs

A water taxi

A water taxi

Milling your own face powder

Milling your own face powder

Pressing cooking oil

Pressing cooking oil

Drawing lotus fibres

Drawing lotus fibres

Hand-spinning silk

Hand-spinning silk

Setting up a hand loom

Setting up a hand loom

Hand-rolling sugar

Hand-rolling sugar

Wood-fired stills

Wood-fired stills

 

 

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2 Responses to “Earth Hour – What we can learn from Myanmar about switching off”
  1. Was Myanmar ever “on the grid”? Gorgeous photos.

  2. Loved the tour, can’t wait for your experiences in ink, welcome back

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