For this year's Easter, Myanmar locals decided to use decorated eggs to raise their voices against the country's military junta.
Eggs with messages
This year, locals decorated eggs with political messages and left them on neighbour's doorsteps and hanging in bags on front gates.
Three finger salute, 'say no to coup', 'we want freedom', respect for heroes and more of such messages appeared on eggs, which took the social media by storm.
Praying for Suu Kyi
This year, people hoped for release of the ousted leader, Aung San Suu Kyi and freedom of Myanmar from military coup. Myanmar's most senior Catholic, Cardinal Charles Bo posted an Easter message on Twitter: "Jesus has risen: Hallelujah - Myanmar will rise again!"
People from different faiths and religions joined in to raise their voices against the military coup.
"I am Buddhist but I have joined this campaign because it is easy to get hold of eggs. I spent almost one hour decorating my eggs," one Yangon based egg decorator told AFP.