In Rakhine State, Myanmar, the Muslim Rohingyas minority is attacked by extremist Buddhists. A place where monastic life begins in childhood, mainly because many poor families are unable to care for their children and leave them in monasteries for better living and education.

And it is in this environment, where the Buddhist rhetoric of peace and tolerance is lost, in one of the poorest states in the country, the hate speech spreads among Buddhists and brings a reflection on how religion and studies resignify life of these young people.