Until recently Burma was widely perceived as a pariah state led by an iron-fisted military junta. Now, many of the sanctions imposed by some of the world's most powerful nations have been lifted and foreign investment is pouring in. The fortress-like capital Naypidaw is rolling out the red carpet for the biggest event it's ever hosted: the ASEAN summit. But to what extent is the Burma of today a changed country? Our reporters went to find out.
Programme prepared by Elise Duffau and Patrick Lovett