Saya U Khin Aung Kyi stood 7th in Burma in the Matriculation of 1949 and won Collegiate Scholarship. He was a Mechanical Engineering student at RU when he won States Scholarship to study BS and MS in Chemical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. RU offered early ChE […]
U Khin Maung Nyo (EP69), U Moe Hein (Ajala, ChE69) and friends swam in the Irrawaddy after work. On one occasion, KMN passed away (probably under a barge). He was an early member of the 69er GBNF list. Tin Aung Win wrote : Salutation from his girlfriend to […]
Dr. Barry Paw (MD, Ph.D) is a Professor / Researcher. Saya U Htin Paw (EE58, GBNF) wrote about his talented son. After the demise of his parents, Dr. Barry visited his maternal aunt in Australia. He had to take care of the last journey of his uncle (aunt’s […]
On the evening of 7th July, Ko Aung Khin headed back home along Inya Road from RUBC to his home in Windermere Road. He was hit by a stray bullet and passed away. He was listed as the 17th victim of 7th July in the newspapers.
At his grandfather’s request, U Shwe Zan Aung (SPHS63) resigned from the army. His older brother U Shwe Kyaw (M63, Volleyball) perished in a plane crash. Grandpa offered to support SZA and his family. After a long time, SZA applied for a Radio Operator on a ship. He […]
Bama Khit reported news of the examination question leakage in the 7th Standard Government examination in March 1956. The police tried to disperse the protesters near Bama Khit. A stray bullet hit and killed Harry Tan (7th Std student from SPHS), who was watching the event from afar. […]
In September 2017, we visited the United Kingdom. My previous visit was in 1972. My cousin nephew Dr. Khin Tun (Peter, GBNF) and his spouse Daw Win Mar hosted us with sumptuous dinner almost every day. They both loved cooking. They also drove us to Southern Wales to […]
In memory of Dr. Rimon Than, son of U Maung Maung Kyi and Daw Khin May Than (ChE72) At RAF ValleyRimon was a medical doctor, mountaineer and RAF Squadron Leader.
Dr. Rimon Than is the elder son of U Maung Maung Kyi (SPHS63, ChE / Pulp & Paper from Dresden University) and Daw Khin May Than (ChE72). He is a medical doctor, mountaineer, Squadron Leader of RAF and Head of Rescue Team (e.g for mountaineers). He passed away […]
U Hla Moe (Dawei) was Cox of the Senior Novices Winning Crew : U Than Soe (M63, RUBC Gold), U Yin Maung, U Chit Swe and Dr. Byron Law Yone. U Ba Than (Fitness Teacher, Palmistry Expert) warned U Hla Moe (who was planning a trip home before […]
According to Dr. Tin Wa (Past Captain and Gold of RUBC), his father U Tin Ohn and U Ohn Maung — both Cabinet Secretaries— were in a room near the Cabinet Meeting Room in Secretariat on July 19, 1947. U Ohn Maung was requested by Bogyoke Aung San […]