As the country formerly known as Burma moves away from military rule, its citizens are finding new ways to express themselves politically.
Put under house arrest by the military junta that led Myannmar for more than 15 years and released in 2010, Suu Kyi — often affectionately called "Mother Suu" — is beloved by many.
Her popularity propelled her party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), to victory during the country's national election on November 8.
Now, she has high expectations to live up to as her party must tread a tenuous line between governing a complicated region and appeasing Myanmar's powerful military.
But for these three individuals, she has already won their hearts – and a permanent spot on their skin.