"What? When? CHANGE"
In what has become the nation's first major demonstrations since the 2007 Saffron Revolution, which led to a deadly government crackdown which killed civilians and monks, protesters defied a dispersal order by police in order to gather for three consecutive evenings in Sule Pagoda, Yangon.
As the reformist government of Myanmar strives to prove to the world it is serious about loosening society in what had previously been a rigid military junta, the international community watches with curiosity over what sort of government response these protests might cause.
Faced with crippling power cuts, protesters assert that their main demand is for 24-hour electricity. Protesters say they receive about six hours of electricity a day.