Burmese embassies across Asia have been targeted by protesters angered by events in the military-run country.
Thousands gathered in the capitals of Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Australia among others on Friday.
They are protesting over the Burmese military's bloody crackdown on recent anti-government protests, that left at least nine people dead on Thursday.
Many fear a repeat of 1988, when the regime brutally suppressed the last popular uprising, killing around 3,000 people.
The crackdown on monks, who have led the protests, has outraged many. This Filipino man's head is shaved beside a poster of Burmese leader Than Shwe.
Workers at the foreign ministry in Indonesia tied red bands around each other's arms before holding a silent protest.
This protest in the centre of Kuala Lumpur was watched by a man from inside the Burmese embassy.
Many protesters carried pictures of Aung San Suu Kyi, who has become a symbol of resistance in Burma.
Posters of Than Shwe were attacked by protesters in the Philippines.