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August 26, 2012 
Youths ride their bicycle past a bridge covered with graffiti in Yangon May 20, 2012. For decades Myanmar... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Youths ride their bicycle past a bridge covered with graffiti in Yangon 
Youths ride their bicycle past a bridge covered with graffiti in Yangon May 20, 2012. For decades Myanmar was a dictatorship where pervasive surveillance by military spies meant even "tagging", the quickly drawn signature found in graffiti worldwide, was too risky. That began to change when a semi-civilian government took power in March 2011. It has freed political dissidents, legalised trade unions and improved relations with the West, and the once-ubiquitous government spies have all but vanished. Emboldened, street artists are hitting Yangon to comment on everything from power shortages to money-laundering. Picture taken May 20, 2012. To match Feature MYANMAR-GRAFFITI/ REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun(MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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