Burma’s military regime is loosening its grip after more than 40 years of repression. Political prisoners are getting released, sanctions have been lifted and the regime opens towards tourism and foreign media. But as the country reforms, there are still numerous internal conflicts going on. The German photographer Julius Scharnk documented 3 different moments of the countries recent history. One of his pictures won the 2014, Daily Life , 1st prize on World Press Photo singles category. This short-movie is about Julius work in Burma.