A boatman cruises through a mangrove swamp near a facility that pipes oil and gas from Myanmar's coast to China's remote Yunan province
A Rohingya woman watches as census workers walk past her house, refusing to register her because her ethnicity is not officially recognised by the government
Census workers in a muslim ghetto in Rakhine state ask Rohingya families to identify their ethnicity, before refusing to register them
Woman walks past graffiti showing money being laundered through banks owned by notorious crony businessmen
People play tennis at the club immortalised in George Orwell's first novel, Burmese Days
Rebels from Myanmar's Kachin Independence Army play golf near their headquarters on the Chinese border
After years of taboo, a tattoo artist inks Myanmar's new identity
Buddhist shrine at sunset
Denuded forest south of Laiza in the enclave controlled by the Kachin Independence Army
Marip Brang Mai was hit by shrapnel from a Burmese mortar during fighting for a lucrative timber-smuggling route
A satellite TV dish pokes out of a hut near the frontline trenches of the Kachin Independence Army.
Commanders from the rebel Kachin Independence Army play golf on a six-hole course built in 2006. The frontline is just 5km away.
An elephant performs for tourists at a logging camp near Katha in the north of Myanmar.
A motorcycle passes through a checkpoint manned by the rebel Kachin Independence Army, who tax goods passing through their territory, including gold, timber and jade.
Men dig for oil with a makeshift rig in Myanmar's impoverished coastline. Burma was once a major exporter of oil but, after independence in 1948, the industry collapsed. The government recently sold off billions of dollars of offshore oil concession in the Andaman sea, off the coast where these men make their living.