Amazing Street Artist in Bagan (Myanmar) || Painting a Traditional Burmese Dragon

Amazing Street Artist in Bagan (Myanmar) || Painting a Traditional Burmese Dragon


I’m going to begin, OK? ((background radio)) (Radio Playing): Artist – Htoo Eain Thin’s “A Khar Lon Moe” contunies “The ink is not yet dry.” “But when it dries, it can be washed with water.” “OK, OK” “So, this is a dragon.” “And there’s a saying that says, the comb and the tail of the dragon should be in balance.”

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