Month: May 2018

SPHS : Matriculation

For archive (Updated on February 26, 2019) SPHS (St. Paul’s High School) used to display a “Roll of Honor”. It mainly lists those who finish in the top three positions in the Matriculation examination. It sometimes lists a “block” (1st to 4th in 1959, 1st to 5th in […]

UCC Compilation [6]

For archive (Updated on February 26, 2019) This is a compilation of Memories of UCC from (38) to (42). Memories of UCC (38) Burmese typing, spelling, and word processing During our lifetime, we have witnessed many examples of “Technical Obsolescence” and “Disruptive Technologies”. Typewriters English Typewriter Remington produced […]

UCC : Compilation [5]

For archive (Updated on February 24, 2019) This is a compilation of Memories of UCC from (34) to (37). Memories of UCC (34) Childbirth For some people, childbirth is not so difficult. The Teoh family raised 15 children named alphabetically from “A” (Albert Teoh) to “O” (Oscar Teoh”). […]

Volleyball

For archive (Updated on February 27, 2019)     Volleyball is played by two teams of six players each. Some players may have preferred roles (e.g. striker, lifter).     Beach Volleyball is played by two teams of two players each. Each player has to lift and strike.     Ko […]

UCC Compilation [3]

Updated on March 15, 2019 This is a compilation of Memories of UCC from (16) to (26). Memories of UCC (16) External Examiner Saya Dr. San Tint (GBNF) graduated in 1961 and joined the EE (Electrical Engineering) Department. When EE Department formally split into EC and EP Departments, […]

Pali

For archive (Updated on February 27, 2019) Sayagyi U Pe Maung Tin is the first native Professor. He successfully proposed the opening of the Burmese Department at Rangoon University. His works include translation of Visuddhimagga the Expositor (Atthasalai) Burmese Grammar Glass Palace Chronicle (co-author) Sayadaw U Thitthila did […]