Elmira Muradova (M) and friends relaxing on the second floor of  McDonald's while watching the Climate Change march in New York City. By Ann Wang

Elmira Muradova (M) and friends relaxing on the second floor of McDonald's while watching the Climate Change march in New York City. By Ann Wang

 Hillary Clinton (R), with Martha Coakley,(L) a Democrat candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Photo by Ann Wang

Hillary Clinton (R), with Martha Coakley,(L) a Democrat candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Photo by Ann Wang

 Former gang member Dao lights a smoke while driving. Photo by Ann Wang

Former gang member Dao lights a smoke while driving. Photo by Ann Wang

 While waiting to appear in his court hearing, construction jobs are his main source of income. Photo by Ann Wang

While waiting to appear in his court hearing, construction jobs are his main source of income. Photo by Ann Wang

 “Love comes with sacrifice.” Is the meaning behind the tattoo on his arms. Photo by Ann Wang

“Love comes with sacrifice.” Is the meaning behind the tattoo on his arms. Photo by Ann Wang

 Former gang member Dao enjoys a night out at a youtube karaoke bar in Worceste. Photo by Ann Wang

Former gang member Dao enjoys a night out at a youtube karaoke bar in Worceste. Photo by Ann Wang

 Sai Kyaw, the owner and chef of Yoma restaurant, preparing signature dish the "Tea Salad" in the kitchen of Yoma in Allston, Mass. Photo by Ann Wang

Sai Kyaw, the owner and chef of Yoma restaurant, preparing signature dish the "Tea Salad" in the kitchen of Yoma in Allston, Mass. Photo by Ann Wang

 When Sai Kyaw was a student , General Ne Win took control of Myanmar and declared military control. Sai Kyaw and his companions organized democracy movement  - “88 Uprising” in Yangon  in 1988. To avoid being capture, he flew the country and applied for asylum in the United States in 1993. Photo By Ann Wang

When Sai Kyaw was a student , General Ne Win took control of Myanmar and declared military control. Sai Kyaw and his companions organized democracy movement - “88 Uprising” in Yangon in 1988. To avoid being capture, he flew the country and applied for asylum in the United States in 1993. Photo By Ann Wang

 Local aboriginal Palong women dresses in traditional cloth and enjoy local grown tea. Photo by Ann Wang

Local aboriginal Palong women dresses in traditional cloth and enjoy local grown tea. Photo by Ann Wang

 Because of the remote location of the tea plantation, lack of technology and equipment, tea is still being hand picked by labor. Photo by Ann Wang

Because of the remote location of the tea plantation, lack of technology and equipment, tea is still being hand picked by labor. Photo by Ann Wang

 Elmira Muradova (M) and friends relaxing on the second floor of  McDonald's while watching the Climate Change march in New York City. By Ann Wang
 Hillary Clinton (R), with Martha Coakley,(L) a Democrat candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Photo by Ann Wang
 Former gang member Dao lights a smoke while driving. Photo by Ann Wang
 While waiting to appear in his court hearing, construction jobs are his main source of income. Photo by Ann Wang
 “Love comes with sacrifice.” Is the meaning behind the tattoo on his arms. Photo by Ann Wang
 Former gang member Dao enjoys a night out at a youtube karaoke bar in Worceste. Photo by Ann Wang
 Sai Kyaw, the owner and chef of Yoma restaurant, preparing signature dish the "Tea Salad" in the kitchen of Yoma in Allston, Mass. Photo by Ann Wang
 When Sai Kyaw was a student , General Ne Win took control of Myanmar and declared military control. Sai Kyaw and his companions organized democracy movement  - “88 Uprising” in Yangon  in 1988. To avoid being capture, he flew the country and applied for asylum in the United States in 1993. Photo By Ann Wang
 Local aboriginal Palong women dresses in traditional cloth and enjoy local grown tea. Photo by Ann Wang
 Because of the remote location of the tea plantation, lack of technology and equipment, tea is still being hand picked by labor. Photo by Ann Wang

Elmira Muradova (M) and friends relaxing on the second floor of McDonald's while watching the Climate Change march in New York City. By Ann Wang

Hillary Clinton (R), with Martha Coakley,(L) a Democrat candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Photo by Ann Wang

Former gang member Dao lights a smoke while driving. Photo by Ann Wang

While waiting to appear in his court hearing, construction jobs are his main source of income. Photo by Ann Wang

“Love comes with sacrifice.” Is the meaning behind the tattoo on his arms. Photo by Ann Wang

Former gang member Dao enjoys a night out at a youtube karaoke bar in Worceste. Photo by Ann Wang

Sai Kyaw, the owner and chef of Yoma restaurant, preparing signature dish the "Tea Salad" in the kitchen of Yoma in Allston, Mass. Photo by Ann Wang

When Sai Kyaw was a student , General Ne Win took control of Myanmar and declared military control. Sai Kyaw and his companions organized democracy movement - “88 Uprising” in Yangon in 1988. To avoid being capture, he flew the country and applied for asylum in the United States in 1993. Photo By Ann Wang

Local aboriginal Palong women dresses in traditional cloth and enjoy local grown tea. Photo by Ann Wang

Because of the remote location of the tea plantation, lack of technology and equipment, tea is still being hand picked by labor. Photo by Ann Wang

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