In Myanmar, 90 percent of its people are Buddhist, and less than 4 percent of the population are Muslims.
Three years ago a big civil war between the Buddhists and Muslims took place and more than 20,000 Muslims were killed in this country. Many people were damaged by this disaster. The election was a sign of hope.
Will tomorrow be better?
When I photographed Myanmar, I felt the country was on the brink of a rebirth. This change felt difficult. It just needed time.