Yangon Train Station. The Myanmar Army and it's civilian brokers use the city's dark bus stations, train stations, and ferry ports as recruiting grounds for young conscripts. Boys who are traveling home late at night, are approached by the army and threatened with false charges. They are offered an ultimatum: a long prison term, or recruitment.
"This is human trafficking, it's the same as prostitution," says Win Myint, 52, as he waits for the return of his young son from the military.
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