Myanmar's Yandabo breathes pottery

The pottery industry in Yandabo, a small town between Bagan and Mandalay along the Irrawaddy, is of pivotal importance for its inhabitants to make a living.
Generation after generation, the traditional way to turn riverbed clay into durable household and decorative items is a family affair in the commercial sense of the word.
Included in many of our overland journeys between both well-known cities, a visit to Yandabo is a visit to a town that makes an honest Kyat from its earthen handiwork.

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