Yangon - Post Report Question and Answers

Knowing what you know now, would you still move to this city?

Yes. - May 2019

Yes, warts and all; it's been very special. - Mar 2019

Absolutely, the Burmese people are kind and friendly people eager to share their culture with the world after being closed off for so long. It seems like they're always smiling, everywhere you go. Yangon is not without its challenges. You earn your hardship differential from the lack of infrastructure and frequent power outages, but those challenges seem to also bring the community together. I wish we could stay longer. - Sep 2018

Yes, I would. - Mar 2017

Absolutely! We figure this is going to be our favorite posting. - Feb 2017

YES. It's a special time to live here. The country is changing so rapidly and the future seems bright. It's a rare good news story in the world. - Oct 2016

Yes - May 2016

Yes, if we could skip a few months of the rainy season. - May 2016

Definitely! - May 2016

No, only because my children are not happy with their schools here. It is actually a fun friendly and beautiful place to live. - Apr 2014

Absolutely. Such a friendly country, so safe, quite untouched by Western world compared to rest of SE Asia but changing quickly. - Feb 2014

Yes. I think for two years it'll be a good tour. I'm not in a hurry to leave, but three years might have been too long -- you are definitely more cut off from American culture than in many other countries. - Jul 2010

Yes. - Apr 2009

Yes! - Nov 2008

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