Some forms of protest have been different. In Hledan and Sule, there are no longer crowded as before. We worried about ‘run out of gas’ emotionally. Will it end like before? People were gathering at the Central Bank of Myanmar(Yangon Branch). There were only about 400 people.
On the other hand, there were tens of thousands of people in front of the US embassy in Yangon. In front of Chinese and Hong Kong embassies, people gathered about tens of thousands. Thousands of people are also protesting around Sule, Heldan and under Myay Ni Gone Bridge. Crowds lined along the streets, holding signs and some were singing and entertaining. The style of protest of Generation Z is very interesting. They innovated with a variety of performances. Most of Gen-Zs were well-bred person. Along the road, they were peacefully calling for democracy and shared gifts and foods each other. I even ate the watermelons they shared me. When I went to the UN office, I saw overcrowed. The road was closed, so I did not go any further and returned home.
I no longer worry about the lack of protests there. I think there will be more people tomorrow because the 88 Generation Students’ Facebook page has called for a peaceful protest.