Month: July 2018

From SPZP-2000 Archives

For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) U Thaung Sein (Steeve Kay, EC70) wrote : RIT Poet Laureate Ko Hla Min: I must admit that I was suffering from a Monday morning “hangover”, having been intoxicated with emotional overdose over the reunion weekend [in October 2000]. Judging from […]

U Khin Aung Kyi

For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) Born of parents U San Shwe and Daw Than Tin in 1933, Saya attended the East Rangoon Methodist School in Rangoon. He matriculated in 1949 from East Rangoon Methodist achieving a seventh position in the first division and received the Collegiate […]

Dr. Chris Lee

For archive (Updated on February 7, 2019) Education Christopher Lee (L. Tin Htun) did his undergraduate work in Electrical Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Rangoon, graduate work in Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and doctorate work in Mathematics at the University of […]

GBNF (692) : Julie Han

For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) Sayama Julie Han (T61) was among the first batch of female engineering graduates. Her contemporaries include Sayama Daw Tin Tin Ohn (Amy Thwin, T61) Daw Yin Yin Kyi (T61) Ms. Pauline Reynolds (ChE61) Daw Khin Than Nwe (Margaret Than Maung, T62). […]

Math Sayas

For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) 1. Sayagyi U Kar Sayagyi U Kar was born on 5/Apr/1894. He passed away on 21/May/1974 at the age of 81. Sayagyi is the father of Saya Dr. Tin Maung and Sayama Daw Thein. 2. Sayagyi U Aung Hla Sayagyi U […]

Alumni in New Zealand, 2012

For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) Early 1970s In the early 70s, New Zealand had an intensive technical training programme with the Burmese government, namely the NZ Polytechnic sector and our GTI. One direct, international flight to Myitkyina with staff, teaching equipment and machinery was even made […]


For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) Some Basics From a High School Physics book (donated by Asia Foundation or Ford Foundation), I learned about the 12-note logarithmic scale used in music. Two notes that are an octave apart have frequencies where the higher note has twice the […]