How do the Myanmar view their own country, perceive their own daily life, and how are they able to convey this inside view to all of us? These were the questions anthropologist Georg Winterberger wanted to reveal when he travelled and lived in the Golden Land. Beyond the famed Pagodas, the landmarks, and the tourist attractions lay a people living a life. The Olympus PEN E-PL6 cameras, which were given to more than 40 recipients, gave them the opportunity to capture the life they saw every day: from people eating lunch, a newspaper seller on the streets of Yangon, friends playing Chinlone a common evening pastime, to youth bathing in a river. Views of the colorful markets, pilgrims at an important religious site, an old oxcart, a carpenter during work, a fisherman on the open seas and taxi drivers waiting for customers. All these photographs culminate in a beautiful visual insight into the genuine lives of the Myanmar.