It's not as edgy as Pyongyang but I suppose repression and mind control in Burma aren't as all pervading as they are in North Korea. The other key difference is that Guy isn't working in Rangoon. His wife Nadege works with Medecins Sans Frontiers and he's there to look after their young son, Louis. Guy makes wonderfully sarcastic observations about the gilded lives of expats in Rangoon. Although not as incisive as Pyongyang, it's cute nonetheless. My favourite strip is the one below from when Guy attends a Vipasannna retreat for 3 days and has to wake up at 3AM to meditate with the monks. You can check out Guy Delisle's site here. It contains excerpts from his other books as well as his blog on Jerusalem which is where he's been living in the recent past so we can naturally expect a book about the city. You can read my post about his earlier book, Pyongyang, here.